How to Create a WordPress Child Theme

You’ve discovered a WordPress theme that you truly like. You’ve made a couple of CSS changes, and perhaps a couple of PHP changes to transform the theme into the ideal stage for your substance. At that point your theme naturally refreshes whenever another rendition is discharged, and the greater part of your progressions vanish. At this point, you can’t generally recollect what your progressions were or how you made them, so you need to start from the very beginning once more. Sound natural? You’ll just give this a chance to happen once before you begin making a WordPress child theme for every last WordPress site that you make. Read on and I’ll let you know precisely how to do it – it’s less demanding than you might suspect.

What is a WordPress child theme?

When you make a WordPress child theme, you’re basically telling the WordPress stage that there are parts of the theme that you need to change, and you don’t need the progressions you make to be influenced each time the theme refreshes itself. Influencing a child to theme enables you to control the parts of the theme you need to control, while enabling whatever remains of the theme to refresh as required.

Introduce the Childify Me module

Your initial step is to introduce a convenient little module called Childify Me. Go to your WordPress Dashboard > Plugins > Add New. Sort “childify me” in the inquiry field, and you should discover the Childify Me module by Rocco Aliberti. Introduce it, and after that initiate it.¬†You can likewise download the module HERE, transfer it, introduce it, and actuate it. This module enables you to skirt a considerable measure of the manual advances associated with making a WordPress child theme (they’re somewhat of a torment).

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