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If you create a fixed page and set the template to landing, the surroundings will be black. By default, it remains white. Previously, such a phenomenon did not occur. I noticed this phenomenon after applying simple hooks and css, and temporarily presented simple hooks and added css, but the phenomenon did not go away. It also removes the AMP and the associated AMP option file. Please tell me the solution.https://kabunomichi.jp/sponsorpage/%e3%83%86%e3%82%b9%e3%83%88%e3%82%b9%e3%83%9d%e3%83%b3%e3%82%b5%e3%83%bc%e3%83%9a%e3%83%bc%e3%82%b8/
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landing.php code remains initial.
I want to return the surroundings to white like the default template.
Adding the above css didn't fix it. However, when I changed the color to black, the background color became black in the default template, but there was no change in the landing template.
Knowing the concept of custom body classes, I was able to find a solution.
I found the magazine-landing class in the child theme style.css and changed it, but it did not reflect, so change the custom body class to the original name and create the original class with the additional CSS of wordpress and apply it I made it.
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