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It is a good suggestion to complete the following task before editing your theme code: Verify the design you want to set in the design area. When there is a preference for the modification you want to make, you do not need to edit your theme number. To make a back-up copy, you must copy your design.
Installation and activation of the children's theme
Perform all your adjustments in a subordinate design. In this way it is easier to upgrade your design without worrying about your adjustments being lost. Subordinate topics are available for downloading at the end of this page. When you' re comfortably working on your codes and using an FTP server, it should be uncomplicated and uncomplicated to customize our designs.
At the bottom of this page, please feel free to browse and select your child's theme; installation / activation is the same as for any other theme. Your website doesn't see any changes the first time you set up and enable your children's theme. That' s standard, the sub ordinate design will inherit everything from its "parent" design, which is the design you bought first.
If you make any changes within the subordinate theme in the next step, they will take priority over the subordinate theme. Once your sub design is in place, browse to Appearance ? Editor. Next, include all your user-defined style sheets at the end of the style saver of your sub theme. It will protect your customized style when you update the design.
The following is an example of a changed style.css filename. You want to edit your sidebar.php for example. Rather than edit the filename directly, create a copy and move the copy to your subordinate topic folders. Now make your changes to your new sidebar.php now. When a new design is created, the new design overwrites the design files in the higher-level design and is locked when you upgrade.
It works for all pattern filenames in the home of your design. Or you can upload your own customized page styles to your subordinate topic folders. When you need to make changes in your functions.php archive, please see Extended Customization: Replace topic features.