Theme with custom CSS got reverted to default one
My association, AUCD, set up website, http://alliesinselfadvocacy.org/, in 2011. I wrote custom CSS and I actually can see it on CSS Stylesheet Editor page but website design reverted to a notepad theme. The website was displaying correct design just before Christmas. “My Upgrades” listed “Custom design” option and AUCD paid for it. That upgrade set up to be renewed automatically. Please let me know why we do not see custom style and why theme reverted to default one. Thank you very much for looking into this issue. And Happy New Year!
The blog I need help with is alliesinselfadvocacy.org.
Did it revert before the upgrade was renewed?
What happens if I unsubscribe from my Custom Design upgrade?
All upgrades on WordPress.com are renewed yearly. Should you choose to cancel your subscription, your custom fonts and CSS will no longer be applied to your blog. We’ll keep your last saved changes around, but if you would like them applied to your blog you will need to resubscribe.
I’m not sure if they get reapplied automatically, or if there’s something you have to do.
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I see the Custom Design Upgrade on developmentsnews.org, not on alliesinselfadvocacy.org. It looks like there’s some confusion here – the custom design upgrade was applied to the first site around the same time that the second site was registered and mapped. I think if you check both sites, you’ll see where the issue lies.
The second site will need the custom design upgrade as well in order to use the custom CSS feature.
I hope that helps!
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