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I am having some issues with setting up a Child theme for the Girlie Pro theme I just purchased. I currently have the Child theme installed. However, when I activate it, it doesn’t look right at all. I know how to install a Child theme with ease, however, something doesn’t seem right.
Has anyone have this issue? Or could it be another plugin conflicting with it?
There is no need to create a child theme. You may kindly use Custom CSS box for posting Custom CSS.
Then any updates done to the theme remain even if theme is updated.
It’s not just the CSS that I need the Child Theme for. It’s for modification to WooCommerce, so yes, I do need a child theme in this case.
Did you get a resolution to this query? I’m about to attempt creation of a Child Theme for Girlie Pro and would appreciate knowing if it’s worth doing! Thanks in advance. Sonja
Kindly use the Custom CSS box area in either appearance>customize or appearance>theme options>basic settings>Custom CSS box and add all the Custom CSS there so no need to create a child theme.
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