1 month ago DougGJosephParticipant
5.5 out of the box:
5.5 messed up the moment a new child theme is used:
Hello, and thank you for such a great theme.
I recently updated our iFeature 5 Pro theme to 5.5.
I immediately utilized an automatic child-theme generator to create new a child theme based on it. At the moment of creation, such a new child theme’s style.css sheet is essentially a blank slate:
/* Theme Name: WVFL County -> iFeature Pro 5 Description: A child theme for WVFL Chapters based on a parent theme called iFeature Pro 5 Author: WVFL Chapters Template: ifeaturepro5 (optional values you can add: Theme URI, Author URI, Version, License, License URI, Tags, Text Domain) */
The following CSS styling impacts occur, immediately upon switch to the new blank-slate Child Theme:
- Dark background for top “row-fluid” disappears. (This top row has the blog description and social networking icons in it.)
- Social icons display too large.
- “Home” icon in main menu disappears.
- Content area’s width becomes narrower.
I don’t think it’s a caching issue, because the new child theme’s folder name is slightly different from the old child theme in use before update to iFeature Pro 5.5.
I cannot understand or explain these styling variations, as no CSS styling had been added yet to the new child theme.
I even tried adding this to the style.css of the new child theme:
However, the above style impacts are noticed (and perhaps more exist), regardless whether the new child theme has that “@import” line or not.
Perhaps someone who knows either the child theme process well, or knows the theme’s CSS well, can help me. This work is for a non-profit. Thanks in advance if anyone can help.1 month ago manishKeymaster
In order to create a child theme in wordpress we need to follow the steps on the following link can you please check and see if you are missing anything
After that, if you still facing these issue please feel free to raise a ticket on https://cyberchimps.com/my-account/
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