I am trying to overwrite a template file (tpl-footer.php) in my child-theme. According to the wordpress docs this should be possible just by adding the…
How do I get the parent theme’s version in a child theme?
How would I replace this function that lies inside
inc/template-tags.php in my parent theme
I’ve been reading around and trying to figure out how to do this, but for some reason I can’t seem to override parent functions in my child theme.
Update my child theme every time the parent theme is updated to change a version string in
@import url('../twentythirteen/style.css?ver=NEW_VERSION');). This creates an unnecessary and annoying link between parent theme version and child.
I’m using the TwentyTen theme to create a child theme, but I can’t seem to get rid of the ‘One column, no sidebar’ page template that is in the TwentyTen parent theme.
I have a parent theme that uses correctly
load_theme_textdomain() to load all the translated strings in many languages.
I am attempting to modify a wordpress theme with a child theme. My parent theme has the following function in its functions.php: