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  • #5910

    I wanted to setup my new Avisio install with a child theme and followed the basic Codex instructions as I have for other themes in which I use a child-theme –>Created my child folder and child-css. Simple enough but in this case my child-theme css mods are not getting applied. I added the following code simply as a test. I’m no guru but my understanding is that using child-themes is indeed best practice. What is required to do this with Avisio? Thanks!

    /*

    Theme Name: Avisio – Child Theme

    Description: Custom Child theme for Avisio

    Version: 1.0.0

    Author: JS Associates

    Author URI:

    Template: avisio

    */

    /* Import Stylesheets, do not remove this line, make sure you use the correct actual folder name.


    */

    @import url(“../avisio/style.css”);

    /************************************************

    * Changes go below this line

    ************************************************/

    /* adjust the space under the nav bar */

    #wrapper_head {

    height: 200px;

    }

    /************************************************************************

    -) FOOTER

    *************************************************************************/

    .copyright{

    float:right;

    padding-left:3px;padding-right:20px;

    }

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    #52188

    Hey,

    are you certain you followed these instructions? The site you’re linking doesn’t seem to be a child theme nor is it trying to get a child theme’s stylesheet.

    #52189

    yes, all except for the part where I needed to Activate it from the proper window — sorry, my bad, too many browsers open — it is loading now, thank you!

    #52190

    Glad it works :)

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