Thursday, 23 February 2017

10 Reasons You Should Learn HTML & CSS if You use WordPress

If you work with WordPress a lot, you’ve been there. You’ve found a great theme or plugin that does exactly what you need it to do, and looks almost exactly how you need it to look. Bu still, you wish it would look slightly different. Maybe you want to change the color or the font. Maybe you want to add a small section for a disclaimer. So now you’re faced with a question: leave it as is, or hire someone to make the smallest of changes. But here’s the thing: there a lot of ways WordPress gives you the ability to make small changes with HTML & CSS. In this article, we’ll look at 10 reasons why you should learn them. The Text Widget in WordPress is a versatile little widget that can be used when all other widgets fail. You can put anything you want in there, from just text, to simple markup, and even some CSS. Knowing HTML & CSS will definitely help you power up your widget areas when you’re in a pinch.
The Customizer
The WordPress development guidelines are pushing for theme and plugin developers to use the Customizer (Appearance -> Customize) when possible, and as a result, we’re seeing lots of areas to add HTML, CSS, and even Javascript. Learning HTML & CSS will help


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