Next you are going to want to head over to Appearance —> Editor to make some modifications to your functions.php file. Some WordPress installations will have the editor disabled for security reasons. If this is the case it is easiest to modify the file via FTP. Make sure to be using a child theme so you won’t lose your updates when your theme is updated.
Paste the code below into your child theme functions.php file.
That's it! Make sure to check out our other tutorials for more WordPress tips & tricks.
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