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To find the Wordpress CSS file
An item purchased from the site can never be 100% of what you have planned for your site. There' always little things you want to make that work. When Travis asked me a number of questions to find out where to modify the Wordpress theme's CSS file, I thought I'd just tell you about it.
So if you've purchased a Wordpress topic and want to modify what the site looks like in some areas, this is for you. Caseading style sheet (better known as CSS, or stylesheet) is a data set that lets our webmasters know what the website should look like. If you are visiting a website, your webbrowser fetches this CSS document along with other important documentation and displays it for you.
So if you are completely new to CSS, I would suggest at least reviewing the CSS part of the Code Academy before trying to modify CSS to your Worpress topic. Locating this CSS can be a bit awkward, and it will depend on whether the topic writer has chosen to move the CSS to another directory (I'll do that personally).
You are probably not sure whether the CSS file is in its standard place, so try the following math. Under Appearance > Editor, click style.css. If you want to modify the file directly in this pane, click Save. Verify your Wordpress plug-ins and see if you have enabled a plug-ins with the correct spelling of the spelling.
However, the topic writer has decided to move the filename to a different location. Sign in to your domains host services and set the filename management via cPanel. Browse to wp-content > themes> YOUR THEEME NAME and try to find a directory that contains the CSS data. Then you can go ahead and start downloading and using a text editor to your computer.
Once you have finished processing, go to the same folder where you found the CSS file and click Submit. These are two ways to find and edit your CSS file. They definitely do not encode best practice and the processing in this way is often neglected.