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Still getting my head around genesis.
What is the best workflow please.
I download the framework and child sample.
then do I:
a) Just change the css etc in the sample to suit my own design. will this sample file ever be overwritten as i assume they update the sample template?
b) create a new css file in the sample child theme - link to it in functions and then alter this css file not touching the sample child css?
c) Copy the child sample and rename the whole thing as my theme and use this child theme instead of the child sample?
Thanks still a bit confused at this stage!
a) Just change the css etc in the sample to suit my own design.
Will this sample file ever be overwritten as i assume they update the sample template?
Child themes aren't generally updated.
does generally mean ever?! wouldnt want it to be overwritten?
any reason not to create a separate one?
just seen this:
wondering if i should be creating my own child whether from scratch or a copy of sample?
thks but not talking of creating a child theme of a child theme just replacing that child theme with either one of my own or adding another css file to the existing one?
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