I’ve used several of your themes in the past, including Encounters I think. My process is to copy the original stylesheet from the parent them to the child theme and then change what I need to.
For some reason, this time the theme is bypassing the child stylesheet and using the parent. http://tourtexaswineries.com
I’ve compared the 2 child stylesheets on server and my pc, using Winmerge and they’re the same. Just now, I even deleted the code to import the parent stylesheet. No luck.
I’ve been working in Chrome and thought maybe (despite clearing cache) it might be a caching issue, so I checked it in Firefox. Same thing. As an example, I have deleted, in the stylesheet the drop shadow around the content-wrapper. Or at least I’ve tried to.
Help? I’m sure it’s something simple I’m missing. I hope.
I’m not quite sure how you mean it’s using the parent style.css….technically it should be when using a child theme. However, you should not be copying over the complete CSS from the parent into the child style.css file. Only copy over the parts you want to modify.
Based on your example, you would not be deleting the drop shadow…instead you would modify it to be:
**The content-wrapper has no shadow, it’s actually the one I did above as an example.
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