Jetpack just replaced my code ; how do I revert it?
I just updated jetpack which apparently includes custom CSS.
I had some custom CSS for one of my wordpress.com blogs, and it’s been implemented to a different self-hosted blog that’s linked to my wordpress account.
This is a disaster. How do I revert this?
I’m pretty pissed. I never told jetpack to automatically alter anything and now my site looks terrible.
I’m trying to locate my backups but this should have never happened.
The blog I need help with is www.talktyria.net.
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Upon further investigation, my native files are still there but are being over-ridden by jet-packs. All the style sheets for my custom theme remain unaltered.
Switching themes has the same results. Jetpack’s custom CSS is overriding every single theme on my self-hosted wordpress installation.
I can’t turn it off. There is no option to get rid of it. I had to completely disconnect from jetpack in order to restore my site’s files, which now means I don’t have access to the modules.
Signed up for a new account; jetpack’s custom CSS is continuing to replace native style sheets.
Copy and pasting the correct style sheets into the editor is not fixing the issue, either.
Currently the only way to fix this is by leaving jetpack off.
I think you may want to file you a jetpack support ticket here > http://en.support.wordpress.com/contact/?jetpack=needs-service
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