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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.
License: GNU General Public License, version 3 (GPLv3)
License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt
Text Domain: parallax-frame
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,
@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.
thank you, it works now,
@arjen :Glad to know that the issue has been resolved. Have a Good day.
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