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  • Resolved visionm

    (@visionm)


    Hi. I am just wondering if there is currently a way to revert changes that are made to a block theme using the full site editor (beyond perhaps a full backup and restore).

    I do not see any option to do it in the FSE or anywhere else. I tried deleting the 2022 theme (after making changes) and reinstalling it and even then the changes I made persist.

    edit: so I just tried deleting an entry to the posts table in the db which seemed to contain the change that I made and it did actually revert the change. So it seems that all edits made in the FSE are stored in the db and are not deleted when a theme is deleted.

    • This topic was modified 2 years ago by visionm.
    • This topic was modified 2 years ago by Jan Dembowski. Reason: Moved to Fixing WordPress, this is not an Everything else WordPress topic
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  • hi @visionm

    you can create a core ticket for this. here is the link for creating a core ticket link: https://make.wordpress.org/core/reports/.

    Thread Starter visionm

    (@visionm)

    Well so after playing around more with the FSE I found the option hidden in the menus. If anyone else is looking I found it under the top menu bar in the middle to show template details > browse all templates then from there you can press the three dots to the right side of the templates that have been modified and select Clear Customizations.

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