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I am building my site from the ground up on WordPress with Genesis and a child theme (Minimum Pro). I am interested in using Bulma (a CSS Framework similar to Bootstrap) for its ease of use and design, but I am a newbie in CSS.
How would you proceed to make it efficient and clean?
As you see, I am confused in concepts, but any pointers would greatly help. Thank you!
There shouldn't be any conflict. The likelihood of Bulma classes and Genesis classes having the identical name are slim. When adding a style sheet to any WordPress theme, it should be enqueued. Style sheets are very element-centric based on the element's class or id. Many of the classes used in Genesis generated code are built-into the framework. You can add your own classes of course using WordPress hooks, but truthfully, as a CSS newbie, you are biting off a big chunk of development work without understanding how the framework functions. This article may help to gain an understanding of the type of work your are undertaking: https://victorfont.com/genesis-framework-add-a-custom-css-class-to-elements/
I see. Thank you so much Victor!
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