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  • Hello guys,

    i just downloaded a theme called ROYALE NEWS. I’m trying to edit its CSS archive but it doenst show at WordPress Edit theme panel. Any idea how can i find the CSS archive? Could it be blocked?


    • This topic was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by Jan Dembowski. Reason: Moved to Fixing WordPress, this is not an Everything else WordPress topic

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  • What is a CSS archive?
    Themes have CSS files (which may be minified) and CSS that is dynamically generated.

    please ask in

    what are you trying to modify?

    there is no reason why style.css of the theme would not be accessible via the ‘Appearance – Editor’.

    however, changing formatting can rather be done by overwriting the relevant CSS via ‘Appearance – Customize – Additional CSS’

    Hi, @euamocupons
    Yes, you are right. This theme has own file or directory. This directory is not in root file. When you see dashboard of wp then you only see this style.css because this is a root file. But when a developer make a directory as a child then you can’t access it or wp dashboard don’t show it. That’s why you did not see it. This theme file location is : themes->royale-news/assets/dist/css/main.css. I think you understand.

    Thread Starter euamocupons


    Thanks guys

    i’m almost there.

    @saifultotal thank you. You got the ideia. But the css i found on this directory did not change anything on the website. Weird.

    I’m trying to find the correctly directory to fiz my issus. Any idea?

    Thread Starter euamocupons


    please, take alook here:

    On the header menu, i’m trying to change the background-color: #F44338; But i do not find this css

    Hi, @euamocupons
    Just past this code :

    .header-bottom-bottom {
    background: #F44338;

    Go to you theme->style.css. past it. I think it will be work.


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