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Enqueue Style Sheet

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  • #9839

    I read that I need to enqueue my child theme style sheet after all the framework’s and theme’s style sheets. I’ve never done this before. Can you give me some insight? Also, if I’m changing the theme.css and colors.css, do I need to do this for both? Thanks for the help!

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  • #9852
    Jason Bobich


    If you’re just making CSS customizations, you’d just want to put all of them in one CSS file. So for example, for any edits you wanted to make to theme.css or responsive.css, you’d put your overriding styles in your stylesheet, which comes after.

    If you’re using the Child theme included with your theme package, this is all already setup for you with a custom.css file. Checkout the following video and it will walk you through this:

    If I’m misunderstanding what you’re trying to do or that doesn’t make sense, let me know.


    That makes sense, I’ll check out the video. Thanks!

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