I was wundering if it's possible to override some of the theme options in a child theme? For example;
I want to add some social media profiles in the header of the Angular theme so I edited the header.php file in my child theme and added some css in the style.css of my child theme.
However I also need to add some lines in this file: includes/admin/register-admin-options.php
So I copied that file with the same folder structure to my child theme and made the changes, but this doesn't work. The child theme still uses the parent theme options. Is this even possible?
Another thing I noticed is that most of the child's theme css does not override the parent's css. Only when I add a !important the css is overridden by the child theme...
This and the lack of documentation about child themes makes me consider my decision about using a child theme in the first place.
What are your thoughts about this? Is it easier to just use it as a standalone theme and not be able to update the theme in the future?