I’m familiar with safeguarding edits to the style.css through a Child Theme.
But I’m not sure about doing the same with the header.php or other files.
For one site I Managed to just create a full copy of the header.php within my child theme, but that methodology’s pretty faulty I guess.
I mean, aside from keeping a long stream of notes as to what changes I may have made to what file in case of theme updates…what IS the Standard? Someone please educate me.
btw, while I’m at it. Is the functions.php a file that plays in the above? or is that just dependent on the particular theme?
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