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I just moved a site from a development subdirectory to the root directory to make it live, and the Custom CSS file got wiped for some reason.
Where is the location of Customize > Additional CSS file in the Metro Pro theme? I can't find it in the theme or wp-content directory? I have backups of all of this but have no idea where to look.
@webmonkey it's stored in the database. Go to that database. Go to
wp_posts, then look for
custom_css under the column
post type. It's stored there.
Once you get that code reconfigured, then install this Customizer Export Import plugin - https://wordpress.org/plugins/customizer-export-import/. You can download as a backup.
I save all Additional CSS in private Gists on Github too.
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