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  • #126410

    vonspark
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    According to this page: https://catchthemes.com/theme-instructions/catch-responsive/, “You can add your custom CSS that will overwrite the theme CSS for further design customization through “Appearance => Customize => Additional CSS”, in your WordPress Dashboard.” But I can’t find it no more. I had it in the free version, and I upgraded from free to pro, and it is gone. I need this!

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    #126414

    tikaram
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    @vonspark : The additional css will overwrite the theme css and you can customize your site as desired but when you upgrade from free to pro the css will not be copied automatically, you will need to activate the free theme copy the css from additional css and then activate the pro theme and paste that css. This behavior is handled by WordPress and not by the theme itself. Let me know if you have any further issues.

    Regards,
    Tikaram

    #126429

    vonspark
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    Hi,

    Thank you for your quick response!

    The css itelf is not the biggest issue; the main problem is that the “additional CSS”-functionality is missing in “Appearance => Customize => Additional CSS”.

    #126431

    vonspark
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    The problem might be that the site is running on an multisite-solution …

    #126479

    tikaram
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    @vonspark : Please try logging in with Super Admin privileges. Its more a user management related issue rather than a theme related issues. If the additional css doesn’t appears when logging as Super Admin, let me know. These roles and permissions are managed by WordPress and not by the theme.

    Regards,
    Tikaram

    #126485

    vonspark
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    I understand. Thank you!

    Regards
    Markus

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