WordPress Little one Topic 2017

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Getting a WordPress Little one Topic will allow you to safely make alterations to your topic template data files. It will also protect your alterations from being overwritten when the father or mother topic is up-to-date. This little one topic tutorial reveals how to use cache busting to force CSS updates in the browser.

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6 Comments
  • Photographyandcoffee.com
    Posted at 05:26h, 24 June

    Just use a cache killer extension for your browser …

  • antlogist
    Posted at 05:31h, 24 June

    Thanks a lot for the useful video!

  • Josip Matić
    Posted at 12:13h, 26 June

    For this problem I use plugin for Google Chrome "Cache killer"

  • Vegeta Blue
    Posted at 09:33h, 28 June

    Do you make a living off websites and stuff? Im curious if you do

  • Santosh Kumarbiswal
    Posted at 16:22h, 28 June

    can this tutorial applicable to any theme?

    I mean I use a theme called "Redwave Lite" & I don't think there will be any codes like theme details,functions.php for this theme from WP codex.

    how can I create a child theme from it?

    note: I don't have child theme & also added/edited many of codes there like header,footer style, GA code etc. sorry I'm super newbie when it comes theme and coding stuffs.

  • Nima Shirazi
    Posted at 08:19h, 18 July

    Hello, Great video tutorial btw! May I ask, do you need to input all the custom css coding you make in the editor of the child theme as well? or does it automatically populate that location as you work on the site? I am using the Divi theme. Thanks in advance and keep up the great, easy to follow, work!

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