When I was developing Olga Leitner’s website, I had to step out of my comfort zone. At the request of the client, I had to work with a paid template that had to be redesigned as requested. Basically I don’t like to work with templates because there are too many compromises and possible bugs may slip in later updates. So since it was a template that had to be redesigned and to translate the "burned" English language, I created a so-called child theme that derived the design elements from the original template. Because the changes were made to the child theme, there is some assurance that the site will retain the changes I make in future updates.