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Enable child theme, then from admin dashboard go to the preferences and click to customize then add CSS code there. be sure to update the parent theme only. there are always will be issues after each theme update, so u need to backup before the update, if the theme doesn't support RTL by default don't use it.


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Yes, there is a way to show your regular posts on a different page. Create a new page template Include a new WP_Query using post as the post-type. Example On the backend, create the page you want to use to display your posts In the options, select your new page template for the page Your posts should appear on the new page


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First, making customizations commercial themes is NOT recommended, since they'll be erased if the theme is ever updated. It's better to use a child theme in order to make custom modifications: https://docs.themeisle.com/article/656-how-to-create-a-child-theme-for-hestia Second, if this is the theme you mean, then you'll need to put the custom fields in ...


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You can not delete style.css and have a functioning theme (at least without hacking WordPress core files). All the theme meta information is written in the style specifically. You can, however register another css file named my-style.css or whatever the name you want. function my_theme_css() { wp_enqueue_style( 'my-style', get_template_directory() . '/my-...


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Your theme must contain a style.css file, and it needs to have a comment at the top with the theme details. https://developer.wordpress.org/themes/basics/main-stylesheet-style-css/


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