I have added a color to the background of my website project using Celestial Reloaded theme. I copied the showcase-curve.png to the child theme image directory, and changed the white to match the new content background color. The problem is that the changed curve image isn’t showing leaving a white arc under the showcase banner.
It means the curve will have to be coloured to math or a new one made. However, I thought I still had the graphic PSD file for it but don’t seem to have it. Normally I wouldn’t do this but I made you a new one with your colour used, but you will need to contact me to send it because the forum here downsizes it.
Thank you for fixing the breadcrumb wrapper – I would have to change that in the parent css fie, correct? Or should I put “background-color: none” in the child css? I had already recolored the showcase-curve.png and placed the new one in the Celestial Child Images directory. Is this not the right place to put it?
Your support, by the way, has been no less than AWESOME :woohoo:
this time around, yes to the parent theme because I will be removing that in the next update. As for the graphic, if you made one, you would yes in the child theme’s images folder. Cheers and thanks for the Awesome comment 🙂
I put the revised showcase-curve.png in the celestial-child/images folder. Even after clearing caches and even trying a different computer the revized graphic doesn’t show up. Is there a toggle somewhere? I saw the sidebar-showcase.php file in the parent theme folder do I need to revise it in the child theme somehow?
Just realized…because you are using a child theme, WordPress methods go awry here. You have to now copy your header.php from the parent into the child theme (unless you already done that). Then where the graphic is being loaded, you have to change the path now. This explains it:
lol…good to hear. Definitely bookmark it because when I ran into this issue earlier this year I discovered the solution; WordPress doesn’t make that easily known on their own site. But one for the bookmarks.