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    Arjen
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    Hi,

    I’m using Parallax Frame Pro with a child theme. On my localhost the child theme I created works fine, I have a file named style.css with only this

    /*
    Theme Name: Parallax Frame Pro Child
    Theme URI: https://catchthemes.com/themes/parallax-frame
    Author: Catch Themes
    Author URI: https://catchthemes.com/
    Description: A hand-crafted WordPress theme for corporate and business websites, Parallax Frame uses Parallax scrolling effects to enhance the user experience and increase your clientele. Simple, clean and fully responsive; the HTML5 and CSS3 codes used in building the theme make it a breeze to work with. Parallax Frame helps you create a website as unique as yourself, making you stand out from the rest of the crowd. For more details, check out the Parallax Frame Theme Instructions at https://catchthemes.com/theme-instructions/parallax-frame/, Support at https://catchthemes.com/support/ and Demo at https://catchthemes.com/demo/parallax-frame/. This theme is translation ready.
    Version: 1.2.2
    License: GNU General Public License, version 3 (GPLv3)
    License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt
    Text Domain: parallax-frame
    Template: parallax-frame-pro
    Domain Path: /languages/
    */

    and so it loads the css from the parent theme

    However I moved this to a hosting company, and now it doesn’t load the parent theme’s css. Any idea why? The only difference (besides the one being a localhost and the other a web host) is that WordPress is installed in a sub directory,

    kind regards,

    Arjen

    #129605

    tikaram
    Participant

    @arjen : You will need to create a functions.php file also along with style.css file. Please follow this link to know more about creating child theme and let me know if you have any more issues.

    Regards,
    Tikaram

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