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[Resolved] Child Theme Not Working

  • I’ve been developing the Boutique theme by Elegant Themes on my local computer and am now moving it to the server with GoDaddy. The child theme worked on my computer but is apparently not being recognized on the new site. It looks like it’s not reading any CSS at all. Grateful for any help!

    /*
    Theme Name: Boutique Child
    Author: Barbara Johnson
    Template: Boutique
    */

    @import url(“../boutique/style.css”);

    .featured-price {
    display: none;
    }

    .featured-description { display: none; }

    .main-product img{
    border:5px solid gray;
    }

    .featured-image img{
    border:5px solid gray;
    }

    /* REMOVE POP-UP FROM RECENT PRODUCTS ON HOME PAGE */
    .boutique_description {
    display: none !important;
    }

    /* Remove price tag off of Recent Products/Posts on home page */
    .price-tag {
    display: none;
    }

    /* Remove shopping cart buttons */
    .et-links {display:none;}
    a.single-addtocart {display:none;}

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  • Have you asked in the Elegant Themes support forum? You’re probably better to get support for ElegantThemes themes there: http://www.elegantthemes.com/forum/

    Actually, I have, though not getting help at this time. I’m totally befuddled. It worked fine on my local computer, so I don’t think it’s a theme problem. I’m wondering if there’s a problem with the @import line. Godaddy seems to do things differently. I did try using the complete URL:

    @import url(“http://www.sweetdiscoveries.com/wpcontent/themes/boutique/style.css”);

    It did not have any affect. Any ideas?

    *blush* I figured it out! The “b” in Boutique has to be capitalized! It was not an issue on my local computer…

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