Support » Theme: evolve » Custom Css and Additional css questions

  • Resolved nickpapag

    (@nickpapag)


    Is there something we can do with the custom css lost?
    In additional css i see nothing, but the code is well applied in my site.
    I have the code in a doc file.
    if i need later to make some changes what can i do?
    may i copy the custom css (of evolve) code(that i’ve backed up in a doc file) in the empty area of customize–>additional css(of wordpress) and make changes or it will make conflicts?
    now additional css is empty.
    Thanks!

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  • Theme Author Romik84

    (@romik84)

    Hello

    Theme Custom css option remove in new update.
    Now theme use custom css WordPress default option “Additional CSS”, this option available in Customize Check this screenshot: http://prntscr.com/ftqjz4

    If you have write any custom css in old version of theme, it is available in Additional css option after new theme update.

    After update theme, css not comes in your Additional CSS area, please try to take update again. For re-update, go to Evolve Theme style.css file, change version 3.7.6 to 3.7.5 and save this file. Then after refresh your admin themes page, you will get notification for update theme, Just update theme again.

    Thank you

    nickpapag

    (@nickpapag)

    Hello Romik and thank u for the quick reply!
    I did exactly the steps you’ve described but no css there. my site http://gym-vasil.lef.sch.gr/ works fine with all the customs although i see nothing there.
    i have backed up my custom css in a doc file.
    can i copy the code in wordpress customize–>additional css?
    can i do anything else to view it?
    thank u for your support!

    Theme Author Romik84

    (@romik84)

    Hello

    Please dont past your custom css in Additional css.
    May be other issue with theme, when solve your Custom css automatic add in Additional css.

    Yes, if you want to add extra or customize then you can add in Additional css.

    Thank you

    nickpapag

    (@nickpapag)

    so i’m in a dead end.
    the custom css till now is applied well but does not appear in additional css.
    you tell me not pass the old custom css from evolve in additional css in wordpress, but only the new that i want.
    i’ll try again the steps you described even i’m sure i did it correct.

    nickpapag

    (@nickpapag)

    sorry Romik.
    i did the steps you’ve described again and everythink Ok!!!!
    Thank u for your 5* support!!!!

    Donna

    (@donnawpadmin)

    The “best” way is to not use any additional CSS features, which are a shortcut at best, but learn how to create a child theme, and use that. Any features part of parent theme can be lost potentially in an update…but if you create a child theme, they won’t be.

    It’s quite easy actually. Read this page: https://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes

    Abigailm

    (@abigailm)

    I’d add that there are several good plugins that will create a child theme for the user — just search the wordpress plugin repository for “child theme”.

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