Most developers using Child-Themes for overwriting css-styles or to modify a wordpress template. WordPress wants to use the “enqueue-Methode” instead of @import.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create your own child theme. At the end is a download link with a “Master-Child-Theme”…
“There are three ways you can get a child theme, buy one off the shelf (from any of the Divi related marketplaces), roll your own using a number of child theme makers available, or create one yourself from scratch (DIY). Lets look at all three options…”
“Since joining the Divi community late last year I think the one topic I’ve seen asked about or discussed the most is the concept of child themes, mostly when it comes to editing the footer credits in a Divi built website. In this article I hope to give you a thorough understand of what a…”
Contrary to popular belief, not everybody needs a child theme. Here’s when you should use them, as well as an ultra-simple explanation of how they can help.