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Transfer Custom CSS to Child CSS

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  • #8126

    For the website, I have put your suggestion of Header padding CSS code into the Child/Customize/Custom CSS area and it works just fine on my site. But when I copy that same code into the Child/Theme Editor/akita-child/style.css and save it. Then delete the code from the Custom CSS location and refresh my site, all the changes are gone even though they are on the akita-child/style.css file, not custom css location. Any ideas on what is wrong? Thanks for your help.

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  • #8131
    Jason Bobich

    You want to put your Custom CSS in the “custom.css” file of your Child theme. Checkout this video and it will explain all of this to you:


    Perfect. I had viewed the Child video before, but that custom.css point blew over me. I reviewed it now and changed my custom.css and it all works. Great work.
    Thanks. Rick

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