When performing changes to your theme, like changing up the template; adding functionality; or adding CSS, it is often advised to use a child theme. But how do you make a child theme? What even is a child theme? Why do you need this? All questions that people new to this level of ClassicPress will come up against.
I’m a musician and composer (semi retired). I was originally a pop/rock session and touring musician (saxophone) then became a composer of media and TV music. A hobby is making fundraising websites for special needs music education.
I’m a bit of a jack of all trades so online I go by “A code wrangler” especially themes and plugins for ClassicPress having emigrated from WordPress last year. I’d love to build a full fledged web Agency based on ClassicPress.
Since 2011, I’ve owned a small firm that does brand & marketing strategy and web design & development. I am most passionate about working with small and micro businesses, as well as non-profit organizations.
Mornings are my relaxation and creative times, so I get a lot done without any distractions. Knowing that I’m up while my competition is still counting sheep makes me feel like I have an edge, which in fact, I totally may not because of time zones.
I manage a few developers and contractors; working on everything from small-scale business websites to large non-profits and government projects. My dream job would be to do the same thing, but with a bigger team.
I spent close to fifty years rovin’ around the world before finally deciding (in 2014) that it was time to hit the retirement trail. That was as a soldier, then a contractor, then a Department of the Army Civilian in the logistics career field.
I am Full Stack Developer but working mainly with web stuff and sysadmin right now. My friend Eugenio and I started a web agency four years ago called Codeat. We develop sites mainly using WordPress and also develop premium plugins.
I have been a freelancing web developer but have since moved to teaching high schoolers. Yes, I now have to put on a shirt and proper pants with closed shoes.
I am a housewife/mother, writer/novelist and blogger. I like to read (especially old/modern classics and gothics), tinker with my site, ride my bike on the trails around town, listen to Goth/Industrial and rock/metal and I also blog.