[Resolved] CSS issues once creating a child theme with the Niche WooCommerce layout

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  • #1273534
    Konrad

    Hi, I’m new to Generate Press and pretty new to WP in general so please forgive any ignorance that is sure to follow…

    I’ve installed GP and the Premium plugin (latest versions) and have loaded the Niche WooCommerce layout from the site library.

    I have then created a child theme using the blank files found on https://docs.generatepress.com/article/using-child-theme/ and uploaded and activated this.

    It all works BUT… I notice some CSS issues on activation, such as the category links which are now an unstyled list or the images on the product page which are displayed larger than they should be so the description is pushed below.

    If I activate the parent theme then it’s all fine again.

    I have deactivated chache plugins etc.

    Any idea why this might be happening?

    Many thanks for your help!

    #1273935
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    When importing a Site like Niche it adds CSS to Customizer > Additional CSS. This gets stored with the theme, and by activating the Child Theme removes it.

    Deactivate the child theme temporarily – the styling should return. Now go copy the CSS from the Customizer > Additional CSS. Now re-activate the Child Them and paste the CSS this into your Child Theme styles.css file

    #1274488
    Konrad

    Hi David, thanks for your help – that did the trick! I’ll try and remember that for next time 😉

    Konrad

    #1274982
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Glad to hear that 🙂

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