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  • #13848

    Hi there

    Love the new Choices theme to bits! Thought I would bring something to your attention, though. I usually customise using the custom.css file, but was fiddling around with a few things before committing them to the stylesheet and instead inserted them in the quick css block. This was fine, changes were working, but then I upgraded the WordPress version from 3.4 to 3.4.1 – all the changes I’d placed in the quick css block disappeared completely and I had to redo them. Happily, it wasn’t too many, but I thought it was definitely worth bringing to your attention in case anyone else has the same issue.

    Website is http://brownlee.co.za/tracy-brownlee/

    Thanks!

    #80877

    Hey,

    Thank you for this one. It is always a good thing to backup your files in case you update something. :)

    I will tag Kriesi.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #80878

    Hi Ismael

    Yep, right you are – and that’s why I usually do this in the custom stylesheet rather. Just thought it was worth bringing to your attention as I’ve not had it happen before in any of Kriesi’s themes (though it could also potentially be a WP update bug, I suppose?)

    Anyway, thanks for the response!

    #80879

    Hello,

    Not sure if that is a bug. Anyway, thank you. :)

    Regards,

    Ismael

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