Step-By-Step Child Themes for New & Existing WordPress Sites

Christine Maisel, Designer, SEO & Founder of Portable Entrepreneur

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12 Lessons (45m)
    • 1. What Is a Child Theme & Why You Should Be Using Them

      3:41
    • 2. When You Should Use a Child Theme

      2:46
    • 3. What You Need to Get Started

      3:36
    • 4. Setting Up Your Child Theme

      7:34
    • 5. Activating Your Child Theme

      1:41
    • 6. Adding Functionality & Features to Your Child Theme

      3:06
    • 7. Pulling Styles From Your Parent Theme to Your Child Theme

      1:53
    • 8. How to Customize Your Child Theme

      4:23
    • 9. Overriding Other Theme Files

      3:06
    • 10. How to Create & Add an Image for Your Child Theme

      1:33
    • 11. Creating a Child Theme for an Existing Site

      3:10
    • 12. Using a Plugin to Create a Child Theme

      8:56
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14 of 15 students recommend this class
This class was incredibly helpful! Thank you!
Very helpful, thank you! I never understood how child themes worked, now I do. This class clarified a lot of things for me.