CSS and HTML editing is done to revise and edit content on your WordPress site. Here is a simple explanation on how and why that is done!
WordPress theme-based sites can be customized by revising the CSS code integrated into the original theme.
This is done by inspecting the element that needs revision, such as font-style or color, padding or display. Using a browser, you can see the change before implementing the code on your site. Once the desired change is shown, the CSS can be copied to your CSS panel, included in most themes, or added as a plugin.
So if you want a different font, less padding between items, or image sizes changed – CSS is the way and it’s fun!
You can view a demo in the CSS tutorial by W3Schools.com. You will see how CSS can control the style and layout of multiple Web pages all at once: http://www.w3schools.com/css/
It is helpful to know HTML to clean up any unwanted code brought in when you paste content from another source, or if the VISUAL is not displaying your content as expected. The TEXT panel is available so you can see the HTML code, and make any adjustments.
You can view a demo in the HTML tutorial by W3Schools.com. You will see how HTML is used to affect the content and structure of the webpage: http://www.w3schools.com/html/
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