Installing Mins child theme – requires Primer?
I am creating a subdomain and want to switch my theme to Mins. I’m new to WordPress.
Normally, to create a child theme, I would first install the parent theme. Then I see that I should create a new sub-folder (child theme) with css and functions.php that “enqueue” the parent theme. My question is this: if I install mins, do I first install primer as the parent? And then install mins? And then create a child theme folder with css and functions.php to enqueue… what? Do I enqueue mins or primer? Confused about what to do when someone (in this case Godaddy) has provided a theme that is already a child theme! Do I make a grandchild theme? Or just use the child theme? Thanks – and please offer remedial advice or links, I am really new to this.
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