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A Child theme for Station pro

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I have a problem creating a child theme for my Stationpro3 I followed the instructions on WP about how to create it but when I did load it on my site it says that I have to install the parent. So, if someone is kind enough to post the "style.css", I would be very grateful.

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You can download the StationPro theme (assuming you have purchased it) from your account at https://www.pagelines.com/launchpad/member.php The file will be in there.

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Simple _mama thanks for your time. If I understand you, you are saying the "style.css" in the main S-Pro (which I purchased) is the same as the one in the child theme, is just to copy and paste in the child theme folder. (sorry for the beginners question , my knowledge in this is very, very limited)

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Have you followed the instructions here? The "Template " is required for the top of your child theme stylesheet. http://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes

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Thanks, Kastelic yes, I did and now have a child theme. But the page layout is completely off, everything is just mixed up, the heading, Nav. is all in a mess. So, I dicided not to use it on my site until that is fixed.

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Did you have this line as well to import the main stylesheet? [code] @import url("../stationpro/style.css"); [/code]

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Thanks for your time This is what I have; /* Theme Name: Child Theme URI: http://diasporaconversation.com/public_html/wp-content/themes/stationpro3_dev Description: Child theme StationPro theme Version: 3.2.4 Author: Janko Author URI: http://www.pagelines.com Template: stationpro3_dev /* @import url("../stationpro/style.css");

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Sorry, this is it; /* Theme Name: Child Description: Child theme StationPro theme Version: 3.2.4 Author: Janko Author URI: http://www.pagelines.com Template: stationpro3_dev /* @import url("../stationpro/style.css");

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Try adding the line in between [/code]

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Thanks, Catrina I did as you said, but it did not change. Could it be because I am just seeing the preview of the child theme, I did not replace my original theme with it yet.

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So you didn't activate the child theme yet? Yes... I would try doing that.

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Thanks, Kate I will try to do that

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Hi Janko, make sure you are using the actual folder name for the @import part, as well as for the Template part. Sorry for the confusion, I was only meaning the previous line of code as an example. [code] /* Theme Name: Child Template: stationpro3_dev /* @import url("../stationpro3_dev/style.css"); [/code] Save this in your child theme directory (it must be called style.css) and then go to Appearance -> Themes and you should see your child theme which you will then need to activate.

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