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  • Hi Denzel and thank you for the response I appreciate it. I was able to see the childtheme path to the css file however when I put some code into the file it didn’t work which is the issue I’m having.

    When I place the code in the standard WP customiser ‘Addtional CSS’ the code works just fine so I know I’ve coded it correctly my question is have I not put it in the right place in the child theme css file, code below?

    /*
    Theme Name: jamesepeter
    Version: 1.0
    Description: A child theme of Customizr
    Template: customizr
    Author: James Peter
    */
    /* Your awesome customization starts here */

    header.tc-header {
    border-bottom-color: none;
    border-width: 0 0 0 0;
    }

    67tml

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    Thanks Denzel I appreciate the suggestion however my key question or what I’m trying to understand is how to ensure my CSS file in the Child Theme is actually having an impact on the site and working.

    I am guessing based on your suggestion that if !important is in the core file and my child css doesn’t then I guess the core file css is followed?

    Again, still learning and interpreting … really hoping someone can clear up for me why css put in the child themes css file isn’t having an impact on the site.

    It is recommended by theme owner to do css changes in child theme so I created one but I’m not seeing any benefit to doing so hoping someone can offer further insight.

    Thanks again Denzel I appreciate you taking the time to point me in one direction.

    James

    Wow I had thought I was going to have to wait for a single reply didn’t realize I would get five so quickly … THANK YOU! to each of you that took the time out of your day to reply and help me out … I am very grateful. Now I’m going to need to learn how to provide appropriate recognition for those that offer the help.

    You are all saying the same thing so I will take this as my cue that I am good to go setting up a new user, logging in under the new profile and then deleting the original profile created.

    Can’t THANK YOU all enough have a great day!

    James

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