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I am looking to style the Continue Reading Button with the PHP you provided in an earlier ticket here:
I put the PHP code into my site, however I do not get my Icon back, I just get back Read More >>
I have attached a screenshot of the code in place on my site along with the output.
Interested to know what I may be doing wrong? - I am very new to PHP so a bit apprehensive on this.
The Images: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0i4JJXa2jdQN2xoakZNRUdmaU0
Let me know if you need any more information from me.
Are there any preferred plugins that you would recommend or does this end up causing excessive problems with plugins, etc.?
Thanks for the help!
I am working on a multisite installation and had some questions regarding the themeing options. All the sites will have the same structure but each individual site would need a different h1 font and link color. I had originally thought that I would program/edit the parent theme to have a certain set of templates, font sizes, etc. and then that would feed to all the individual sites where I could activate the child theme and use the child theme to define the individual sites' specific link color, heading fonts, etc. So, what I was shooting for was:
Parent theme = shared by all sites
Child theme = specific to the minor customizations on a per site basis.
Is this possible? Am I misunderstanding how these would actually deploy to the different sites?
Should be a simple answer but not sure why its not doing this. I have a child theme installed on pagelines 5 that has a hook so it will write over the theme css. Strange is that when I am on the frontend the code works but in the dashboard your theme takes over my code and its no where to be found. See examples attachments