thanks for your work on this theme. I was hoping I could get a little assistance here.
I am creating a child theme based on Twenty Twenty and I am wondering if there is any way to remove the inline styles it produces? I want to be able to set my colors in CSS and never have to use !important. I tried the solution proposed here, but it does not work for me. https://wordpress.org/support/topic/remove-inline-styles-5/
My second question is a bit hard to explain. All I really want is to be able to put some content in a div with the page title, and have that div end before the rest of the content begins. The trick is ending that div. By default, the title is in a div that contains all the other content divs, and I’d rather have it in a div that ends before the content divs, but still be able to add some content into it… does that make sense?
Or alternatively I’d just need to get rid of the H1 from the theme and have a way to put the H1 back into the page in a full-width group block. However.. that seems a bit hacky? (Edit: just because, if the content editor did not remember to add the H1 back in, the page would not have an H1, which is bad form)
I’d also thought of using Advanced Custom Fields for this and having a separate field for the stuff that goes in the header… but I wanted to see if there was a more standard solution first.
Thanks a bunch in advance!
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