September 4, 2012

How to Create a Child Theme in WordPress

If you’ve been a theme developer (or even a tweaker) for any length of time, you will know how important it is to use a child theme when building upon an existing theme (rather than creating your own from scratch). The issue is mainly with updates. If you make changes to a theme’s files (i.e. anything within the “/themes/yourthemename/” directory), those…

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