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Lean how to work with custom settings in theme.json files to make CSS custom properties even more powerful.
Your block has complex markup, yet you want your users to easily style child elements within the block. How do you give your users this ability? With CSS custom properties.[…]
WordPress 6.2 added support for per-block CSS in theme.json. That means now you can add in snippets of custom code when the built-in design tools don’t quite cover your use[…]
A tutorial that walks through configuring global space settings and styles and provides tips, tricks, and workarounds for custom use cases.
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One of the flagship features of WordPress’s full-site editing is Global Styles. Let’s dig into why this feature is going to be a complete game-changer.
On the podcast today we have Mark Root-Wiley. He’s on the show to talk about why he thinks that it would be useful for WordPress to adopt some CSS standards.[…]
Controlling the front-end design of WordPress sites can feel like a bit of a hot mess these days. How can we make CSS more predictable?
This is a proposal to use CSS utility classes for common layout needs and access to site-specific standardized design tokens set in theme.json. Doing so will allow WordPress “core”, themes, and[…]
Do you want to remove unused CSS in WordPress so your site will load faster?Unused CSS is any CSS code added by your WordPress theme or plugins that you don’t[…]
If you want to optimize your WordPress site speed, you need to remove unnecessary CSS. In this article, we show to do it with and without installing plugins.
Learn where to add custom css in WordPress, plus other tips on templates, the WordPress CSS editor, templates, and more.