NOTE: This is only available for Premium accounts.

Wix has an article directly about this, but I found their help article to be less than helpful since the interface they describe is not the one https://help.wixanswers.com/kb/en/article/adding-custom-css-to-your-help-center.

You can do this by embedding inline styles to every page, via creating a chunk of custom css code contained between <style> and </style>.

  1. Go to your site’s dashboard.
  2. Click Manage Website on the left.
  3. Click Tracking & Analytics.
  4. Click + New Tool **and select **Custom from the dropdown.
  5. Set up your custom code:
    1. Enter your custom code.
    2. Select the relevant domain. Note: This option will appear only if you have multiple domains.
    3. Enter a name for your custom code.
    4. Add Code to Pages: Select which pages to add your code to:
      • **All Pages: **Click the dropdown to select an option:
        • Load code once.
        • Load code on each new page.
      • **Choose specific pages: **Begin typing the name of the relevant pages and then click the checkbox next to the relevant page.
    5. Place Code in: Select where the code snippet in placed in your site’s code:
      • Head – as noted by @Daniel Gurtner, avoid this because it’ll insert it BEFORE any of the inherent styles, which makes it mostly useless here.
      • Body – start
      • Body – end Note: I’d recommend adding your style chunk here to avoid having a delay effect on your loading
  6. Click Apply.

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