I can’t believe I found another wiggly underline decoration. This time it features a different design and a different file format, but a similar way of implementation.
After leaving The Verge which he co-founded with few other great people, and after being personally fired by Michael Rubens Bloomberg, founder & CEO of Bloomberg L.P., Joshua Topolsky recently launched a new website called The Outline. A new kind of publication as they say with a very noticeable twist in the design department like nothing you’ve ever seen before.
If you visit The Outline (and you really should) you will notice right away how daring their design is. Different typefaces, colors, and layout for each and every article. Heck, there’s articles with multiple typefaces for each of their titles, like this one.
Today I will tell you How to Add Custom CSS to WordPress. Something I had to learn while redesigning this site. And I will tell you where you need to add your shiny new customs CSS.
WordPress themes already come with style.css file which you can add extra CSS to and change the old one, but when the theme receive an update, all the changes will be lost. You can use a child theme’s style.css file and do @import but you shouldn’t, and you need to avoid it.
How to Add Custom CSS to WordPress
Jetpack have a Custom CSS module which comes with code revision, it’s simple and works well. And last but not least, there’s Tom Usborne’s Simple CSS Plugin that include CSS editor in the Customizer so you can live preview your changes and Metabox for page/post specific CSS.
But I wanted more, I was really thirsty for a plugin with more features.
So I put my backpack and started my journey trying to find the perfect plugin in the land of repo, a land so far away, with a population of 46,074 plugins.
After spending days in this land, trying plugin after another, I finally found the perfect one, it has the basic feature, a place for your Custom CSS code, and a ton of extra features that you never think you need until you see them and try them yourself.
Here’s my Simple Custom CSS and JS Review: