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[Resolved] How to maintain responsive functionality in a 'Sensitive' childtheme?

  • I’m read past comments about how the ‘Sensitive’ theme by WPEden is not fully childtheme ready, but that there are workarounds. I have been able to make style changes to my site by creating a child style.css file with the following includes:

    @import url("../sensitive/style.css");
    @import url("../sensitive/bootstrap/css/bootstrap-responsive.css");
    @import url("../sensitive/bootstrap/css/bootstrap.css");
    @import url("../sensitive/css/google-code-prettify/prettify.css");

    However, the site is no longer responsive. How can regain the responsive functionality?
    @shaon

    (Note: this theme is built on Twitter Bootstrap and therefore includes multiple stylesheets).

    Thanks very much!!

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  • Is there another custom CSS file that you are missing, or is there a file there that is not in the main CSS folder that you could have overlooked? Try running it through Chrome Dev Tools > Network on the original site and please check that you are not missing any CSS. 😀

    Actually, yes that was it! I was missing a couple additional Bootstrap files in the admin folder:

    @import url("../sensitive/admin/bootstrap/css/bootstrap-responsive.css");
    @import url("../sensitive/admin/bootstrap/css/bootstrap.css");

    Thanks a ton!! Problem solved.

    Sure! Happy that it got resolved so quickly!

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