You might notice a neat effect when you work with the Divi theme. As you scroll down on a page the header adjusts to give more space to content. I liked the way that worked, but the default sizes weren
Divi by Elegant Themes ships with a ton of awesome features, but sometimes you just want to edit the CSS Code to suit your requirements. Firstly, we recommend always using a child theme and place your customisations in your child style.css file.
To create a child theme install One-Click Child Theme plugin, create a child theme and name it yourtheme-child (if using Divi use divi-child).
- You may get an error message at the top of the webpage but you can ignore this.
- Once child theme is created you can delete the plugin as no longer required.