Tag: wordpress

  • Additional CSS for WordPress Blocks

    Are you frustrated with the default inline code and code block styles in the WordPress theme? You’re not alone. Personally, although technically the same size, I find the monospace font sizes to be too big in comparison to the paragraph font, while the lack of clear background for inline code makes it difficult to distinguish from regular text. Also, code blocks wrap text on line breaks, making code hard to read.

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  • Adding Fonts to the Twenty Twenty Two Theme

    Twenty Twenty-Two is a super flexible and customizable theme that’s perfect for testing out new features like Full Site Editing, Global Styles, and Navigation blocks. It’s also lightweight, making it a breeze to use. However, I never really liked the default Source Serif Pro font that came with it, but with its new capabilities, it’s […]

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  • Resolving WordPress Issues on ConoHa Wing

    ConoHa Wing is a cloud hosting platform that’s perfect for hosting a WordPress site. With its user-friendly interface, packed with features, and excellent customer support, ConoHa Wing makes it easy to set up and manage your WordPress website. In this post, I’ll share my experience troubleshooting some common issues with WordPress on ConoHa Wing, including […]

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