[Resolved] Best Practice for adding css

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    Gillian

    Hello

    I’ve just decided to move to GP Premium with Elementor Pro for all my websites and want to make sure that I go about setting things up in most effective way.

    Typically, I need to hide elements like post author, comments etc. and have used css to do this, but I’m hoping Disable Elements will remove the need for most of that type of css. The other thing I’ve used the css for in the child theme is to style links etc where I want to remove the text decoration, have a background, etc and I can’t see a way of doing that in either GP Premium or Elementor.

    Is there a recommended path for adding custom css? If I use Additional CSS in Customize for site wide changes and then the custom css in Elementor for page/element specific css, do I need to use Simple CSS as well?

    In terms of keeping track of custom css, would it be easier to use a child theme as it would then all be in one place?

    Any guidance/tips would be much appreciated.

    Thank you

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    #347653
    Leo
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    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    I would recommend adding all the CSS in one place, whether it’s Addtitional CSS, Simple CSS or a child theme.

    See more info here:
    https://docs.generatepress.com/article/adding-css/
    https://docs.generatepress.com/article/using-child-theme/

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