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How to revert to a theme's default CSS?

  1. How to I revert to a theme's default CSS?

  2. Delete everything in the CSS editor window, check Add to Existing Stylesheet, then Save Changes.

  3. Delete everything in the CSS editor window, check Add to Existing Stylesheet, then Save Changes.

  4. Thanks.

    I think I figured out the problem in the first place. As soon as I upgraded to be able to edit my CSS, I lost all the images from the theme. Is this normal?

  5. Let me clarify. I ended up just downloading the entire theme from the creator and taking all the images and uploading them to a server I have; then I updated the references inside the CSS to point to my server for the images.

    Is that normal?

  6. Ah. We here cannot simply install WordPress themes that have been developed for externally-hosted blogs.

    Can you give us a link to the blog in question?

  7. That blog looks 100% fine to me. Try doing the Cookie Dance: log out, clear browser cache and cookies, restart the computer, and reload the blog. Let us know what you see.

  8. Yeah, it looks good to me because I took downloaded all the files for the theme from the creator and copied the CSS, pasted it into wordpress, changed all the paths for images to my server, uploaded all the images to my server.

    I was just wondering if there was an easier way to just revert to the CSS of the theme and have the image files pointed to correctly.

  9. You shouldn't have had to revert the CSS that way. You should have been able to follow what rosclark said earlier.

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