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  • esmi


    Forum Moderator

    So far, I’ve just deleted info in my child theme’s function.php.

    Why are there any functions at all in the child#’s functions.php file? a child theme should always start with an empty function.php file – or it can lack the file completely if you do not want to customise any of the parent’s functions.

    Should I also make changes to the parent’s function.php?

    Absolutely not! That would completely negate the point of having a child theme in the first place. Starting with content.php you need to create custom copies of the post format template files (the ones with the file names content-xxx.php) and remove the code/markup that you do not want between <footer class="entry-meta"> and </footer>.

    Are you sure you setup child theme? Did you activated it in Dashboard> Appearance> Themes?

    functions.php in child theme is usually blank and inherits functions.php from Parent theme.

    You need to just add lines of code you want in functions.php of child theme. Changes should reflect immediately.

    @esmi: Sorry, cross posted.



    Thanks for your replies. Esmi, I did exactly what you suggested, and it worked!

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