I can’t get my style.css to work with my child theme. I put the CSS at the bottom of the stylesheet (after trying several other means). The css just isn't connecting for some reason.
In advance, I say I didn't use a functions.php file in my child theme. I read on WP I didn't need to and I want to keep it simple.
Can someone please take a look? It's http://office.lm-professional.com.
Your stylesheet as it is being called from the head section does not exist. http://office.lm-professional.com/wp-content/themes/LMChildTheme/style.css
When you renamed your child theme folder did you update its name in the functions file?
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No, I didn’t. Can you suggest one more step toward that?
I do marketing management and will look at your website in more detail.
Read this article, it will help you understand http://www.rickrduncan.com/genesis-tutorials/rename-genesis-child-theme
Thanks for suggesting taking a look at my website from a marketing point of view. It is an old HTML site from the days when I used to write from scratch. I am about to update it to genesis, so I would like to take a rain check on that, if you are still around...whenever I get to it!
Thanks for your help. This is one of the most helpful articles I've seen.
As for your website, I think it looks great. All I meant was I'd look at it later to learn about your services. I do marketing management for professional service firms and am going to be looking for someone to help me with Genesis customization for the large projects.
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