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  • #26050

    Gday Kreisi

    Is it possible to add the loop-index.php to the child theme and have it supercede the original? I tried it but it doesn’t seem to have an effect.

    cheers

    Darryl

    #129124

    Hi,

    Did you add it to the root child theme folder or have you created a loop folder and added it in there?

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #129125

    Thanks Nick, it was in the root, though it sounds like I need to replicate the directories…I didn’t realise that, though will try it out. Thanks Nick.

    #129126

    Thanks Nick, that did the trick…much appreciated. And it answers a few other questions about the same situation.

    #129127

    Hi,

    Yes, most tutorials leave that part out, but if you think about since technically you can make a copy of the parent and dump it into the child that would work while dumping all the files into the root child folder may have problems if every file of the parent in different folders is called ‘índex’. Of course that would be a bad idea since that’s extra overhead. But the idea is same. To override an image, just drop the new image in the same file structure creating empty folders till you get far enough where the image is located in the structure to add the new image.

    If you have other questions, always feel free to ask them,

    Thanks and enjoy the theme.

    Nick

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