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[Resolved] CSS Not Retained On Deactivation

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  • …. was checking for a plugin conflict… deactivated, and lost everything :/

    I have a backup in my hosting account, but even upon using the old database, the CSS is still missing 🙁

    Any ideas how to get this back with my regular old cPanel backup? since the CSS file is now dynamically created, I guess there is no place to find and restore it?

    Plugin Author Peter Coughlin

    @petercoughlin

    Yeah, it used to be considered good practice for plugins to clean up after themselves and remove settings on deactivation.. but this can be awkward for anyone who wants to deativate a plugin temporarily.

    I’ve updated this plugin so that it does not remove any information when you deactivate it. It will remove all info when you delete it. I think that’s a better way of doing things 🙂

    @jesseali – I answered your question in the other post – hope you got that sorted!

    I’ll mark this as resolved..

    other post?

    Plugin Author Peter Coughlin

    @petercoughlin

    In the other support thread you commented in..

    I basically said you should be able to find the CSS code for the plugin in the wp_options table in the pc_custom_css option..

    oh, awesome. I did not remember that one, sorry about that! Thanks for the reply!

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