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  • The latest version style.css is empty? And I don’t see it referring to another area?

    Theme Name: Responsive
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    Description: Responsive Theme is a flexible foundation with fluid grid system that adapts your website to mobile devices and the desktop or any other viewing environment. Theme features 9 Page Templates, 11 Widget Areas, 6 Template Layouts, 4 Menu Positions and more. Powerful but simple Theme Options for full CMS control with easy Logo Upload, Social Networking and Webmaster Tools etc. Responsive is WooCommerce Compatible, Multilingual Ready (WPML), RTL-Language Support, Retina-Ready, Search Engine Friendly, W3C Markup Validated and currently translated into 45 languages. Cross-Browser compatible. <a href="">Official support forum</a> (
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    Tags: white, black, gray, light, custom-menu, custom-header, custom-background, one-column, two-columns, left-sidebar, right-sidebar, theme-options, threaded-comments, full-width-template, sticky-post, translation-ready, rtl-language-support, responsive-layout, fluid-layout
    License: GNU General Public License v2 or later
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    Text Domain: responsive
    Responsive WordPress Theme, Copyright (C) 2003-2014 Emil Uzelac, CyberChimps Inc
    Please do not edit style.css or any other Theme files or
    Templates directly. If you do, your customizations will be lost
    as soon as you update Responsive.
    WordPress and CyberChimps highly recommends Child Theme.
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  • Looks like the theme’s css is actually loaded from the /css folder.

    thanks, because in my child theme I use this code:
    @import "../responsive/style.css";

    I did at least fix the problem for today by using an older style.css inside the responsive folder.
    BTW– site is:

    I noticed your site is working.. I was using a child theme this way to and with the latest update responsive. the site broke. Have you just kept the old version or did you get this figured out? thanks..

    Here is how I fixed it without messing with the parent theme.. I added /core/css/

    /* =Import Styles
    -------------------------------------------------------------- */
    @import url('../responsive/core/css/style.css');

    I copied an older version of style sheet into the one that used to be called using @import. I’ll try your suggestion changing the location of source file to see if that woks.

    I have used it twice now and it works on my sites.. it does make sense.
    I just got caught up thinking about it too much 😉 *jD

    OK, I made the change and it appears to be working.
    I really appreciate your help.

    oh good.. I looked at all the updates before, and the main css was always at the root of the theme. This is the first time they have moved the main css up into the core/css directory. I am thrilled too.. I always to have faith that smart things are going on. cyber chimps do a great job at updating this theme.

    I am glad I could help 😉
    So many people have helped me along the way!

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