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  • #992497

    Hi,

    I already have a style.css file in my child theme folder to add CSS to. This works well.

    But I saw this in your documentation:
    Enqueue custom CSS
    Assuming you have installed the child theme, which is always recommended for any custom modifications. We will enqueue a custom CSS file called my_custom.css
    Steps to add a custom CSS file.
    1. Create your custom.css file.
    2.Create a new folder called “css” in child theme root directory and place your “my_custom.css” file in wp-content > themes > enfold-child > css > my_custom.css
    3. Add the below code to your functions.php file…

    What’s the difference between using the style.css file in my child theme folder which was already there or making a /css folder and putting my_custom.css file in there and enqueuing it with PHP?

    Thanks.

    #992543

    Hey Cordell,

    The documentation is outdated – your way (adding the code to style.css) is the recommended and best way. I’ll ask Kriesi to update the docs.

    Best regards,
    Dude

    #992780

    Hey Dude,

    Ok cool. Much appreciated.

    Thanks.

    #992782

    Hey!

    Glad we could help you :)

    Regards,
    Peter

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