[Support request] Style on child theme doesn't override style from parent theme

Premium WordPress Themes, Templates and Plugins Support Avien Style on child theme doesn't override style from parent theme

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  • #8498

    Micki Baker
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    Hello again 🙂

    I want to tweak a few style settings, so I installed and activated the child theme that came with the theme content. If I go in the main theme “Avien” style.css to test and change a setting, it immediately takes affect. But if I add the same CSS property to the child theme’s style.css and change it, it doesn’t change anything.

    Thanks,
    Micki

  • #8499

    Micki Baker
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  • #8503

    Support Team
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    Hey there I’ll be replicate and let you know the result.

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    Support Team
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    Micki Baker
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    Support Team
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    Micki Baker
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    Support Team
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  • #8519

    Support Team
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    The problem source was in child theme should not contains header.php and footer.php I’ve renamed them and if you don’t have plan to use them for the customize things you can delete them on your child themes folder.

    Finally it should works properly now.

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