Support » Theme: Customizr » Blank edit css page

  • hi,

    i just added a couple of minor tweaks (php code only) to my customizr child theme’s function.php page, and created a new page template in my child theme, and now my edit css page is blank. the page won’t load at all.

    The URL I’m talking about is MYSITE/wp-admin/themes.php?page=editcss

    i do have about 5-6 css customizations in there that are clearly working (at least they display properly on the site), and the functions in my child theme’s functions.php are working fine.

    i double-checked php and css bracket and curly brace closing and that all seems to be ok.

    any ideas?

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  • Well, hard to say. Did you find any work around since then?

    only to put any custom code updates into the child theme styles.css instead.

    where is the data from
    MYSITE/wp-admin/themes.php?page=editcss
    saved? into the database or into a file? i could try to clear it out and see if something in there is a problem.

    your css is saved in your theme’s file not in database.

    sorry, i’m a little confused. styles that i edit at:

    SITE/wp-admin/theme-editor.php

    go into DIRECTORY/wp-content/themes/customizr-child/style.css

    but the editor page that is showing up blank is Edit CSS

    SITE/wp-admin/themes.php?page=editcss

    where does that go? i don’t see any other files that it could be.

    Sorry @halffin but I don’t know this way to edit CSS in WordPress.org. May be in the WordPress.com sites?
    Really don’t know how to help you on this!

    i know this is probably a mostly dead topic by now, but i thought i would share some info. i found where the content goes. it’s in a post with title safecss
    post excerpt: Customizr Child
    post_status: inherit
    post_name: 136-revision-v1 (not sure if that would be the same for other people)

    however, even after deleting the most recent entry in that table, the page (SITE/wp-admin/themes.php?page=editcss) still doesn’t display for me.

    Thanks for this feedback. To follow.

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