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A child theme, as described by way of the WordPress Codex, is a theme that “inherits the performance and styling of some other theme, referred to as the mother or father theme.” Child themes are advocated to alter parent themes whilst nonetheless retaining their design and code.
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Child theme is a theme that uses the features and functionality of your parent theme/original theme. And when you change anything in your child theme, it does not affect your parent theme/original theme. But if you make any changes in the parent theme / original theme, then those changes will be reflected in your child theme.
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