- April 29, 2015 at 4:57 pm #21857kylewhendersonParticipant
Hey Aigars, I think that misses the mark – the issue has to do Options Framework, then the customized CSS of the child theme has nothing to do with this issue. It’s been a while since I last looked at this, but I believe there was a 1 step fix I found which involves a manual update to a database field.
wp_options.option_namefor the option_name similar to
theme_mods_unite_child(best to search wildcard for theme_mods%). Update to something like
theme_mods_unite(referencing the parent theme instead of the child theme).
In my case that restored everything. Please feel free to correct and/or elaborate since I’m going off of my memory from about 2 weeks ago. Let me know if that does the trick.April 29, 2015 at 7:08 pm #21886AigarsKeymaster
Thank you for suggestion!
For those not familiar with database it might be tricky to process it. It opens a huge area for errors. You can’t seriously mess things up with CSS but you can kill your entire website when trying to edit its database. This solution works but I wouldn’t recommend it for most users. I can get away with missing theme options but I won’t get away with corrupted database where potentially can be stored years of work with no backups. 🙂
It is easier is to just copy/paste CSS that is generated by Theme Options (most Theme Options are color variations anyway) + Custom CSS field. All this is printed inside website source and easy to find and copy without any risk to break things.
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