I’m using the Carrington theme for my blog.
I’ve created a new template for one of my pages and got it working.
However, I’d like to customize the CSS for this page.
The template uses the
1. get_header() function which calls the
2. header.php file, which calls the
3. cfct_header function which calls the
4. relevant CSS files.
I just want to make the main column wider on my portfolio template and get rid of the sidebar (which I did using the template), and use all the other CSS functions.
What’s the easiest way to do this?
I’ve created a portfolio.css file in the /css directory – i just am not sure how to call in within this framework. The README file says:
Organizational folder for holding theme image files. You can reference these files using the built-in WordPress
bloginfo()function like so:
<link rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/css”
href=”<?php bloginfo(‘template_directory’); ?>/css/base.css” />
But where do I insert this? in the portfolio template? in a custom header? I tried inserting into the template but i just get an error.
Guidance appreciated. I am not a developer, but understand basic code.
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