You know those annoying design problems you’re always having with WordPress themes?
Maybe you don’t like the color of the header. Or you’ve got a button that’s slightly askew. Or you hate the borders on your sidebar.
There are a million little design problems that fall into this category.
The good news? Most of these problems are easily fixable.
The bad news? You’ll need to learn about CSS to fix them.
CSS is the design language of the web. It’s a relatively easy language to learn. Assuming you’re the kind of person who learns new languages just to fix a few small problems on your website.
Most people aren’t like that. And that’s where CSS Hero comes in.
CSS Hero is a WordPress plugin that turns anyone into a WordPress superhero.
Imagine customizing the CSS on your WordPress theme without even looking at the code. Just click the part of the page you want to change, then adjust the settings in CSS Hero.
I use CSS Hero on this very website. I’ve been coding CSS for nearly a decade, and I find it easier to make quick styling changes with CSS Hero. For me, CSS Hero is a productivity tool.
In this episode of WordPress Power Tools, we’ll take a quick tour of CSS Hero.