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I edited functions.php within the WordPress editor and I read after ward to NOT do that. I am just playing around with the Genesis Framework on my Mac using MAMP so I can get comfortable with it. I am currently trying to create a personal blog using the Focus Pro child theme. I opened up the functions.php file with Aptana, but I did not find the code I modified. Does the WordPress editor somehow save some copy of the original functions.php file?
How can I resolve the white out issue if I cannot even see the changes that were made that caused it?
I'm an idiot. I didnt think to look under the WP-Content directory for it.
I saw the issue and removed it.
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