I am used to edit the functions.php file (define my own image-sizes, my custom post types and a few more things). Where will I do stuff like this when it comes to Cwicly (can’t see an editor under Design)? Is there a child theme ready to use available or do I have to build my own?
Hi there @Mario,
The Cwicly theme is like any other WordPress theme, so functions.php edits are fine.
The plugin and theme editor have been moved by the WordPress team to the Tools menu.
As for a child theme: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wz4pHmky61B2xaSPISz6La1TQbs8F0np/view?usp=sharing
I hadn’t noticed that until yet, thank you.
Thanks, I’ve just started testing Cwicly & had the same question.
Now that I have installed the child theme is there a way to migrate or export templates created in the main theme and import into the child theme?
Where in the tool editor is the theme editor?
how do I change background color to single post templates, not to a single post?
I want the color to be different in posts as opposed to the rest of the pages.
You need to create the appropriate template/s in the Cwicly Themer. Design it as you wish, and then apply it accordingly using the conditions (it’s the eye icon").
for the answer, being new to Gutenberg (I used mainly Elementor and Divi) I make a lot of stupid questions.
I couldn’t find a way to change background in the template…
I am still not finding the way to edit theme functions (without accessing the cpanel or via sftp).
You’re definitely missing something as the plugin and theme editors should appear there.
Might I ask if you are using the Cwicly Theme?
Could you check your SG Security plugin settings > Site Security:
I think this is enabled by default.
@msteinlein might be interested in that as well.
That was it!!
I have the same issue.
After activating child theme, templates are all gone
How do we get them back in the child theme???
Also, too bad the child theme above doesn’t include functions.php with parent style enqueuing.