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I know. I know. You can create a stunning page on your WordPress site with Elementor without even touching a single line of CSS. However, custom CSS allows you to go beyond.

Despite the extensive built-in styling options offered by Elementor, some styles can only be achieved vis custom CSS. For instance, you can only create a multi-color gradient background (consisting of more than two colors) via custom CSS as the built-in gradient of Elementor supports only two colors.

Learning CSS is not as scary as you think. CSS is not a programming language which requires complex logical. In fact, it consists of only three main parts: selector, property, and value.

By having CSS knowledge, you can release yourself from dependence on third-party add-ons. Read our article below to learn how to learn how to add custom CSS in Elementor.
As usual, we have created new content this week. We also edited some old content to keep the relevancy. Here are some new and edited content for this week ✨
📙 New in Elementor: 11 Things You Can Do with Elementor Theme Builder

📗 New in Divi: How to Display Meta Box Custom Fields in Divi

📘 New in WordPress: How to Enable Theme Customizer on Block Theme in WordPress
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Aliko Sunawang
Founder of WP Pagebuilders