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  • I posted about this in the wrong forum 16 hours ago from me posting this.

    But I believe it is pretty valid and should be shared here as well.

    On my blog it doesn’t seem to keep the css I add to the stylesheet. I add some random thing like:

    #testing {
    color: red;

    Then I deactivate the theme and active an other one… Finally to re-activate the theme I first deativated… Now when I go back to the edit css page I no longer find what I added but just a empty file with the heading info as it was before.

    Is this normal? Yes I notice the revisions section but I do not find this helpful at all if you got css edits for multiple themes…

    My suggestion:

    Is to have simply a dropdown menu on that page from which you can select the stylesheets you made and of course you should be able to delete them as well.

    What do the developers think?


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  • Plugin Contributor Jeremy Herve


    Jetpack Mechanic 🚀

    Thanks for the suggestion! The Revisions feature is based on the core Revision features available in WordPress, at the bottom of the Post editor.

    Since this feature will be improved in the next version of WordPress, you can expect that some of the changes will be ported over to the CSS editor.

    You can follow the changes to the Revision features here:

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