OK. Now we’re getting to the good stuff.
So far we have discovered that we can layout our pages using simple HTML column classes and if our theme supports them, flexible layout areas.
We can also add Font Awesome icons to text widgets to give our layouts that refined professional look.
But to add the finishing touches we need to tweak our Cascading Style Sheet.
Editing CSS by hand is fine, if you know how to do it. But if you’re not a web designer there’s a lot to learn. And if you only want to tweak one site learning CSS might not make sense.
If you don’t want to invest many hours of hard work and study you might choose to use one of the premium plugins I use.
Even with the plugin installed you’ll have to dip your toes into code. But the time involved to learn the plugin is much much shorter than learning CSS by hand.
I think this plugin is a great investment.
I’ll be using this plugin in many of the tutorials on this site. However if you’re a CSS whiz, you can do all of this stuff using hand coding.
The choice is yours 😉