Customizing a template: tweaking CSS styles

Earlier in this chapter, you've seen how to customize templates using the built-in options. However, as not all templates contain the same set of options, sometimes you'll have to dive under the hood and to change a file or a few lines of code to get the template to look just the way you want. You've experienced this when you wanted to add a new logo to the Genesis template and had to change a line of CSS to accommodate for the different dimensions of the replacement image.

In the beginning of this chapter, you learned that Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) take care of your website's look and feel. If you want to change way the site looks, you'll edit the styles in its CSS file (or CSS files, as the template ...

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