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Malko Lontsi
Malko Lontsi
383 Points

hi zac, can one modify the CSS and back end of a downloaded child theme on woothemes?

i would like to use a prebuilt child theme from wootheme,

1 Answer

Jason Braun
Jason Braun
22,509 Points

Yes, just in your child theme, create a new style.css file for your overriding css. If it's not there already, make sure you make a line in the comment block as below, replacing parent_them_name with the theme name for the parent:

Template: parent_theme_name