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Internal stylesheets and the ‘Childishly Simple’ theme

When using the ‘Childishly Simple’ theme for WordPress there’s the option to add your own CSS (cascading stylesheets).

Go to the ‘Childishly Simple’ options page (‘Appearance > Childishly Simple options’).

Click the ‘plus’ sign on the left of ‘Add CSS, javascript or shortcode in the <head> </head>’ (the top options box)

The box opens out. You can put your CSS in any of the three boxes, but the top box is the most usual place.

 

You can read about internal stylesheets at http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_howto.asp

Or buy Elizabeth Castro’s ‘HTML, XHTML and CSS’.

CSS allows you to style your website – change the colors, change the border widths, change the fonts, make things larger or smaller, move them around the page etc.

 

Essentially you put all your CSS rules inside these two tags:

 

<style type=”text/css”>

</style>

 

An example rule might look something like this:

 

div.wrapper {

border:1px solid red;

}

 

This would create a red border round your website.

The end result would be:

 

 

<style type=”text/css”>
div.wrapper {
border:1px solid red;
}
</style>

 

 

You can put as many rules as you want inbetween the start tag and the end tag.

 

 


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