Jason Orellana: Level Up With Child Themes

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November 3, 2020

There are many ways to edit the look and functionality of a website. You could use an all-in-one solution such as page-builders. While this is still a good solution for building complex websites in a short amount of time, a better solution may be to use a child theme. I want to share my process for creating a child theme and go through a few examples of some typical things I do with child themes that has lowered my dependency on page-builders and plugins. I’ll also do my best to explain why you may want to create a child theme as well.

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WordCamp Los Angeles 2020 25

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Jason Orellana 2

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Child Themes 56

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