A begginer’s question – what can you do with CSS Customization?
That was the short answer to the question: can I do all these things with the CSS upgrade?
Longer, more detailed answers addressing each specific point may or may not follow.
I’ll just add that the things you want to do, although reasonable, are mostly not the sort of things that CSS is intended to do. CSS isn’t intended to change the content (e.g., the words that are displayed), but rather the style (e.g., the font used for the words).
Oh, good to know.
Is there any other way, any feature, any upgrade – which will allow me to do things of this sort on my wordpress.com blog?
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Andrew’s “no” is indeed the short answer to your questions. However, I will expand just a little.
All you can do with a CSS editing upgrade is make some changes to styling ie. appearance. You cannot use CSS editing to change the function of the blog. You cannot edit the template underlying the theme. CSS is theme specific, so you cannot use the CSS from other themes with the themes here at wordpress.COM.
As there is no official support for the CSS upgrade, and precious little Volunteer support for learning CSS on the forum, I do recommend that any member purchase the the upgrade unless you have at least moderate understanding of both HTML and CSS and how to use them in concert, while working independently.
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