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The perfect theme does not exist.
There are themes with few options to customize it, others with tons of options. But there will be always that particular string in that specific page that you need to make blue! Why? I don’t care, I love blue, so it must be blue!
What happens if you don’t know how to change it? You ask for support on a forum, on wordpress.org or on the theme author’s support desk.
Somebody gives you the code needed to make the tweak and says to add it in your custom CSS field or file… custom what?
Well, today you will learn what custom CSS is and how to use it in WordPress.
Note: This article is outdated and may not work properly with latest versions of WooCommerce Bookings and WPML. Please check this tutorial instead.
If you do not have bookable products, then everything is ok. WooCommerce is 100% compatible with WPML. But what if you have bookable products such as hotel rooms or appointments?
You need WooCommerce Bookings too.
There are a few tweaks to do before to translate bookable products, or you will not be able to localize product resources.
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