WordPress Child Theme, Right-To-Left

The gist: It’s a good practice to make CSS/PHP changes to your WordPress site using a Child Theme. We show here the minimal requirements to create such a Child Theme + a little-known fact about RTL-support.

The minimal requirements for working with a Child Theme:

  1. Create a new subdirectory for your theme, e.g. wp-content/themes/twentytwelve-child.
  2. Create a new file in this subdirectory, called style.css. Below is an example style.css file: (see Codex for additional useful fields in that first commented section, like ‘Description’ and ‘Version’…)
    Theme Name: Twenty Twelve Child
    Template: twentytwelve
    @import url("../twentytwelve/style.css");

  3. Finally, a little-known fact about Right-To-Left Child Themes, relevant only if you’re Child-Theme-ing an RTL-Theme: In order for your Child Theme to work correctly, you should also copy the file rtl.css to your subdirectory (in the same directory as style.css) cialis indien.

WordPress will automatically deduce that your subdirectory holds a new theme, and it will appear in Dashboard → Appearance → Themes. You’re now safe to make your changes to files in this subdirectory. This way, in case you ever upgrade the original theme, your changes won’t disappear, and in fact may very well be still working with the new upgraded theme (unless you or they have hacked the code too much).

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