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CSS in WordPress – Meetup Review

The WordPress CSS Meetup on March 24th  was just as advertised – jam-packed  with tips and tutorials, plenty of CSS links plus live demos of key Design and Styling tools.  Also the discussions were lively  as  Dale and Sally treated us to  favorite styling tricks. Here are some other styling insight:
1 – Use templates like Smart Templates, Templately  or PageBuilder page kits to  load in full starter pages or portions of pages to be refined and styled;
2 – Then use the Customizer , CSS Style Editors like Yellow Pencil or your favorite PageBuilder to customize and polish yourinended page designs;
3 – for simple pages use the Classic Editor as it has dozens of shortcodes and CSS snippets for easy styling with the help of the free Embed Code plugin:
4 -For complex pages with many components, use one  of the top 6 PageBuilders. These PageBuilders come power packed with the best WordPress styling options;
5 – If you must use the Gutenberg Editor, in the slides below there is a 5 step process to add styling oomph to  Gutenberg.

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As you can see from the Powerpoint slides, the meetup looked at countless way to improve your WordPress design and styling techniques rom the basics to some of the sophisticated CSS tools. But your best bet is to get to know your PageBuilder’s many  styling options – they are the best design tools that largely simplify use of CSS for your general layout and design tasks.

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