We coded emergency escape buttons on our website some time ago, and recently found they had disappeared. I just put them back in, inserting `<form style=”text-align:left;”><input type=”button” value=”EMERGENCY ESCAPE” onClick=”location.replace(‘http://www.google.com’)”/></form>
` into both header.php and footer.php.
Now I wonder whether upgrading WordPress some weeks ago would have caused header.php and footer.php to be overwritten?
Thanks again for the advice, and Rev Voodoo for your WPchild tutorial.
Have created the child with its own style.css, header.php, and footer.php,
and re-done a Twentyten download and reinstall. Looks like my emergency escape buttons are there on top and bottom of all pages, and everything else functioning correctly. Thank you!
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