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Create a child-theme from the Theme Customizer.
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Create a child-theme from the Theme Customizer.
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Short description.

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Childify Me
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Childify Me
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Plugin name.

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<strong>Many thanks to these generous users :)</strong>
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<strong>Many thanks to these generous users :)</strong>
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Childify Me also bundles the following languages (.pot file included in childify-me/lang):
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Childify Me also bundles the following languages (.pot file included in childify-me/lang):
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Most of the previously bundled Childify Me translations (see the list below) have been succesfully ported to <a href="https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/childify-me">translate.wordpress.org</a>.
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Most of the previously bundled Childify Me translations (see the list below) have been succesfully ported to <a href="https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/childify-me">translate.wordpress.org</a>.
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The plugin is <a href="https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/handbook/">translation ready</a>.
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The plugin is <a href="https://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/handbook/">translation ready</a>.
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German ( by <a href="https://profiles.wordpress.org/presskopp/">@presskopp</a> )
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German ( by <a href="https://profiles.wordpress.org/presskopp/">@presskopp</a> )
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Please read <a href="https://wordpress.org/support/topic/needs-update-12/">this</a> topic
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Please read <a href="https://wordpress.org/support/topic/needs-update-12/">this</a> topic
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Why for some themes the child-theme style.css uses the @import directive ?
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Why for some themes the child-theme style.css uses the @import directive ?
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Go to Appearance -&gt; Customize and you'll see the "Childify Me" button. 3-bis. In Appearance -&gt; Themes, hover on a non-child theme and click on Live Preview, once there you'll see the "Childify Me" button
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Go to Appearance -&gt; Customize and you'll see the "Childify Me" button. 3-bis. In Appearance -&gt; Themes, hover on a non-child theme and click on Live Preview, once there you'll see the "Childify Me" button
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Install the plugin right from your WordPress admin in plugins &gt; Add New. 1-bis. Download the plugin, unzip the package and upload it to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory
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Install the plugin right from your WordPress admin in plugins &gt; Add New. 1-bis. Download the plugin, unzip the package and upload it to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory
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That feature is implemented using some functions of the PHP GD module. So you need a PHP version &gt;= 4.0 and the GD module installed and loaded.
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That feature is implemented using some functions of the PHP GD module. So you need a PHP version &gt;= 4.0 and the GD module installed and loaded.
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<strong>Note:</strong> You may need to re-save your menu (Appearance &gt; Menus, or Appearance &gt; Customize &gt; Menus) and theme options (including background and header images) after activating the child theme.
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<strong>Note:</strong> You may need to re-save your menu (Appearance &gt; Menus, or Appearance &gt; Customize &gt; Menus) and theme options (including background and header images) after activating the child theme.
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This is because some options aren't really part of the theme options. Basically you can consider them as options related to theme. WordPress saves them in a different db row of the wp-options table. From the Codex: http://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes
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This is because some options aren't really part of the theme options. Basically you can consider them as options related to theme. WordPress saves them in a different db row of the wp-options table. From the Codex: http://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes
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Go to Appearance -&gt; Customize (or to Appearance -&gt; Themes, if you want to create a child-theme of a non-active theme, hover on a non-child theme and click on Live Preview)
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Go to Appearance -&gt; Customize (or to Appearance -&gt; Themes, if you want to create a child-theme of a non-active theme, hover on a non-child theme and click on Live Preview)
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