Found a WordPress theme you really like but want to customize its appearance a little? You can easily do this by writing some custom code in your theme’s CSS stylesheet. However, these changes may easily get lost when you update the theme.
To prevent this, you can create a child theme, allowing you to do as much customization as you like without running the risk of losing these changes when you eventually update the parent theme.
We’ll walk you through every step of the process. First, let’s clear up a bit of jargon.
What Exactly Is a Child Theme?
A child theme is a fully…