Dreamweaver template not updating child pages
I recall using it heavily back in the Ultra Dev days, for those of you that remember that.
While the tool has evolved quite a lot over the years, it remains a powerful web development IDE.
Morten Rand-Hendriksen explains how to get started picking a parent theme, updating the CSS, creating a new template for your child theme, and updating its functionality.
By the end of this practical, project-based course, you should have a functioning child theme and the skills to quickly customize your next Word Press site.
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Sure, everyone seems to love a lightweight code editor nowadays for their HTML, CSS and Java Script development, but Dreamweaver packs a ton of features that can make it easy to do some complex things.
Nonetheless, Dreamweaver can be intimidating for someone new to web development.
To get a specific look or feature on a Word Press site, you can customize the theme, but it will only get you so far.
To go further and get full control, you need child themes.
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