Learning from one’s mistakes is effective although time consuming. I’m running current version of Alyeska with the child theme.
Backed up the site to a local enviroment for testing.
Made changes to the child theme’s functions.php file.
All changes effective on localhost (you may sense a but coming here)
Logged onto FTP and renamed server child theme functions.php to functions.old.
FTP’d new functions file and set permissions to 0644.
Everything goes nuts on site.
I’ve restored everything and ready to try again–just want to know if the above steps are a valid method of updating the functions file in the child theme.
Part 2–As part of the trouble shooting I turned on debug in the wp-config.php file. Even after successful restore debug is referring to all kinds of depreciated statements in the functions file that is part of the w-p /includes directory (as opposed to child them).
Wordpress is always up to date.
Are the debug comments anything to worry about? Seems to have no harmful effect.
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