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  • marketingmgr

    (@marketingmgr)


    Hi,

    The style sheets under appearance >> theme editor direct me to edit my CSS in the Built in CSS editor (appearance >> customize)

    When I first click through, I see a full lest of options to select on the left sidebar menu but: header, portfolio – a lot of other editor settings

    It quickly re-loads to only show a few buttons: site identity, background, menus, widgets, homepage settings, additional CSS.

    How can I fix this to view all available editing buttons.

    Please excuse my verbiage as I am not a trained HTML / web developer.

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  • Joy

    (@joyously)

    As a user, you don’t have any options to change which “buttons” are available.
    The Customizer is under the Appearance menu, and contains those core, plugin, and theme options that affect the appearance of the front end of your site. There are a few of core’s options there; mostly theme options are found there. Each theme can put different options there.

    The Additional CSS option is a core option, though, as are the others you listed:

    a few buttons: site identity, background, menus, widgets, homepage settings, additional CSS.

    The background and additional CSS options are core options, but stored per theme.

    What is it that you think needs “fixing”?

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