Conflict Testing, Why and How

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I tend to see a lot of issues in my work where the problem is caused by interference from the site's theme or one of the active plugins. A conflict test is not the first thing I recommend to but it is something I ask users to do this quite bit. The process itself can … Continue reading Conflict Testing, Why and How

Additional CSS and Customization

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Do you want to know how to add custom CSS to your WordPress site? It isn't nearly as difficult as it was in the past. Back then you would add customizations to the theme's Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). These days (and even then) this is a really bad idea. All theme updates contain updated CSS … Continue reading Additional CSS and Customization