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  • Resolved Loek

    (@loek11)


    I am busy building a new site with the (difficult) theme twenty twenty two. We just received the new theme TT3 and of course I tried the new theme for my new site and …
    everything completely different, sizes of font for example. 18px letter in TT2 is different (smaller) than in TT3. How is that possible? Or is there a setting to be able to use the 2 themes side by side. Of course I would like to continue with TT3, but where do I start?

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  • Hi @loek11

    Each default theme (those that are included with new WordPress versions) is an entirely new theme. There has been a new theme for nearly every year since 2010 with a corresponding theme name for the year. Twenty Twenty-Three is simply the latest of these themes. The goal would be to use the theme as a starting point rather than to attempt to make it similar to a previous theme.

    If you wish to try out a new theme without affecting your live website I’d recommend creating a separate WordPress installation for testing. You can sometimes create an additional site with your host but there are also simple ways to create a Local WordPress installation that would be run from your local computer. Here are a couple of options for that if you are interested. https://github.com/10up/wp-local-docker-v2
    https://localwp.com/

    The first is more complex to set up and geared toward developers, and the second is much less complex to get going for most people.

    Thread Starter Loek

    (@loek11)

    Thank you Daisy, I was expecting an addition. But I now understand how it was thought by WP. I can now proceed with TT2. By the way, I haven’t found anyone in my area who does anything with Gutenberg etc. Unfortunately.

    You’re very welcome! I’ll mark this thread as resolved but feel free to start a new one if you have any other questions.

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