Under Magazine Basic 2.7.9 and all previous themes I’ve used, there is a 1-line-high bar with “Home” and my most popular post categories across it. NICE, GOOD
Under Magazine Basic 3.04 and a couple other current ones I tried, that is replaced by a huge, tall bar with all of my page titles in it… UGLY, BAD
How do I fix it?
I did try adding a child theme for the first time during my upgrade. Is there something in the child that swaps page headings for post categories?
Can I turn that back around?
Since the new problem stayed when I tried two other themes, I am somewhat suspicious it is in my use of the child theme. This is my first time with children and did a VERY simple start:
Theme Name: Magazine Basic Child
Theme URI: public_html/thefixer/wp-content/magazinebasic-child
Description: Magazine Basic Child Theme
Author: Ted Dunlap
Author URI: https://thefixer.biz
Tags: light, dark, two-columns, left-sidebar, responsive-layout
Text Domain: magazine-basic-child
@import url (“../magazine-basic/style.css”);
/* =Theme customization starts here
Is there something I did not know to put in?
Or something I put in wrong that swapped the fields?
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