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I need to add some page templates and would like to do this in a child theme.
When I create the child theme and copy the data from the wp-options table, it is ignored and I am given the default configuration.
Is there anyway to fix this?
It uses the theme name from options.php
But i would like to know why you would need child theme in the first place? We have given custom CSS box already within theme options panel so no need for child theme.
The issue I have is in using the default theme header image for posts/pages which do not have a header image.
I have had to edit header.php to comment out line 127
` <!–/images/default-banner.jpg” alt=””>–>
This cannot be controlled by using options or css.
Kindly go to Appearance>>Customize>>Header
You can change the default header image from there.
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