I’m curious to learn what other users here do to add custom CSS to their child theme(s). Clearly I’m aware we can modify the exisitng CSS code of the child theme to tweak the exiting layout (colors, padding, etc.). But what about when modifying CSS code to tweak the appearance and performance of a new plugin? Is it safe to add this to the child theme’s style sheet? Do I just add it at the end? Or are there plugins out there to manage custom code separately? Thanks for the feedback.
I use one of these three (mostly first one):
1) Add at the end of child theme’s style.css
2) With Jetpack active, Appearance > Edit CSS
3) Activate Genesis Extender’s CSS Editor on the front-end and in that. http://genesis.extenderplugin.com/genesis-extender-front-end-css-builder/
Thanks. That’s what I was looking for. I have Genesis Extender already, so I’m good to go.
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