Builder Child Theme Customizations: How to Rename a Child Theme

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(Step 2. Change the name of child theme directory to your liking.)
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==Step 1: Edit Theme Name in child theme's style.css.==
 
==Step 1: Edit Theme Name in child theme's style.css.==
  
For example, change
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For example, change <code>Theme Name: Builder Child Theme - Default</code> to <code>Theme Name: My Awesome Theme</code>
  
<code>Theme Name: Builder Child Theme - Default</code>
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You can also change other values like Theme URI, Description, Author, etc.
 
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to
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<code>Theme Name: My Awesome Theme</code>
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You can also change other values like Theme URI, Description, Author etc.
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'''DO NOT delete or change <code>Template: Builder</code>'''
 
'''DO NOT delete or change <code>Template: Builder</code>'''
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==Step 2. Change the name of child theme directory.==
 
==Step 2. Change the name of child theme directory.==
  
For example, change
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For example, change <code>BuilderChild-Default </code> to <code>MyAwesomeTheme</code>
 
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<code>BuilderChild-Default </code>
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to
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<code>MyAwesomeTheme</code>
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Revision as of 11:35, July 19, 2013

Step 1: Edit Theme Name in child theme's style.css.

For example, change Theme Name: Builder Child Theme - Default to Theme Name: My Awesome Theme

You can also change other values like Theme URI, Description, Author, etc.

DO NOT delete or change Template: Builder

Step 2. Change the name of child theme directory.

For example, change BuilderChild-Default to MyAwesomeTheme



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