No worries… I miss things, especially just moments ago when I was doing an update to Encounters. Incidentally, I will be uploading an updated version within the next 30 minutes which has some major changes. You may want to read the changelog.txt file that comes in the theme to see what changed. The menu has been re-coded with some minor visual changes….but you can view the updated version on the demo site. Most changes are in the back-end of the code.
I’m assuming you modified core theme files then and did not use a child theme for changes? This is why WordPress recommends a child theme for this because then whenever there are updates to the parent theme, your changes won’t be lost.
As for Encounters, I changed a lot, especially in the style.css file. What files did you modify?
Please don’t tell anyone..ha..but I still don’t know how those child theme thingy works and I never wanted to spend the time to learn. Awful huh..I know.
Anywho – I know about exactly which part I change in the styles.css – mainly add borders to image and gallery – change menu position to be below the logo (I use long logos like 700px generally so I push the menu below) – this type of things so I can find those parts easily. Besides the css I also alter the header for the same reason – menu position – don’t like the menu on the right..sorry 🙂 that’s about it. The other parts can be done in the backend with customize.
I changed the header.php file for a new menu code, changed the style.css with new menu styling, changed the functions.php file, and of course the changelog.txt file, theme-customizer.php, and also the scripts in the theme….those in the js folder of the theme.