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    Default How to insert CSS table on wordpress page

    Hi, i am trying to insert a table on a page. But Without CSS code it doesn't work.
    So where do i put the CSS code?

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    Put it in the css file.


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    Put the css stuff file into the .css file. If you use wordpress it's normally in wp-content/themes/your theme/styles.css

    Then put the html starting with <table.... > into the post/page.
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    Thank you guys, it worked

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    I recently learned that if you want to modify existing Wordpress styles and themes you should create a child theme that exists in its own directory. You copy the files you want to modify there and then when upgrade your Wordpress or theme you don't overwrite your changes.

    You may eventually have to manually upgrade the child theme files but you won't have to do so as often as rewriting your changes every time you upgrade.

    You can see the full discussion at Cre8asiteforums (that's an SEO forum - the majority of its regular posters are very high calibre people in the industry).
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