I know this questions is probably a bit too broad, but a nudge in the right direction would be great. I want to customize Duster by incorporating elements of another theme… perhaps a menu, header, or other basic element. Essentially borrowing features or bits and pieces of another theme and adding them to Duster.
I’m assuming the best way to do this is with a child theme… I guess my question is..is it just a matter of adding the CSS for the elements i want to add into a child theme? (ensuring I override Duster’s relevant default features, of course)
P.S. I’m already aware this won’t work in all scenarios, all features/elements, and all themes. Im just a beginner and looking for the best way to customize my site without going crazy doing custom CSS (hence borrowing already written code from other themes).
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