We’ll cover these 5 ways to add CSS to a WordPress site. No plugins are required.
Updated 27 May 2021
I answered this question (title of this post) recently in the Theme Fusion Avada Community Support Forum. I thought I’d share the love with fellow WordPress Avada theme junkies.
And as an added bonus, the solution will cost you only a few lines of CSS! Scope out the code here.
If you have any questions, please leave me a comment! Share & enjoy :-)
Significant additions done 30 October 2019
My very first impression of CloudCannon was oxymoronic at best. It just didn’t make sense at the beginning. To go sling around a lot of code to build things that are already available for WordPress (with no coding required).
I was introduced to CloudCannon…
Updated 9 January 2021
This article is about problem solving. Plain and simple. Which happens to be one of my favourite subjects. Just this past week, I responded to at least twenty requests for technical help. This is not a complaint. I enjoy helping people with web/email/tech related issues.
Rewind to August 2016. Google announces that,
“To improve the mobile search experience, after January 10, 2017, pages where content is not easily accessible to a user on the transition from the mobile search results may not rank as highly.”
The excerpt above, is in direct reference to what Google…
Below is a real life example that I hope will answer these two questions for you.
Let’s start with the live web page that we’ll use for our example content. We’re going to use a blog post called Artistic Street Photography published on my Bali Street Photographer site.
If you are like me and setup WordPress websites, it’s inevitable to be asked, “How do I log into my site?” Just about every WordPress website owner I’ve worked with has asked me this. So, here’s how.
Special thanks to Irene Dang for asking me how to centre my custom CTA button in my earlier article. Ok, let’s get to it!
Scroll all the way to the bottom for the link to the full source code covered in this article.
There are several ways to do this…
When I finally sat down to write this piece, the first analogy I thought of to help explain categories was from an old TV show. The analogy I’m going to use is from an episode of Gomer Pyle, USMC (c. mid-1960s). I wasn’t a huge fan of Gomer Pyle. …