Customizing themes – best practice to avoid losing customization on update?

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    kanjigirl
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    What is the best way to avoid losing customizations to a theme (ElevenForty) when it gets updated? Creating a copy of it? A child of a child?

    I’m new to Genesis but not to custom theming; I’d love a detailed explanation of how it should be done properly.

    http://redkitecreative.com/dev/cherryst/
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    Robin
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    This G+ conversation started by Chris Cree has some suggestions that may be helpful to you. There are about 3 different methods discussed for handling custom css.

    https://plus.google.com/+ChrisCree/posts/TcS6LZMWPTU


    Need help customizing your website? Let me know at RKW Media.

    I’m taking up The Challenge by answering some of the Unanswered Posts.

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    kanjigirl
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    Thanks very much, that’s the info I was looking for.

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    Robin
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    You’re welcome.


    Need help customizing your website? Let me know at RKW Media.

    I’m taking up The Challenge by answering some of the Unanswered Posts.

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