I have taken it upon myself to adhere to WordPress conventions so I can have a clean, sexy child theme. However, I am unsure how to proceed on a certain issue.
I would like to override the CSS for some plugins in my WordPress website, and this wonderful post was a great step in the right direction. My only concern is that I would like to do everything I can to avoid overriding the
header.php file in my parent theme in order the do this.
Is there another wonderful way to do this? Thanks for your help!
As was pointed out by another user's comment, this is in fact dependent on how the plugin implements its styles. This aside, assume that the plugins do provide a way for styles to be implemented in the
style.css sheet of the child theme, or, in my case, a separate
styles folder linked to that
I also know I can use
!important all over the place, but this is generally frowned upon.