Exchange FAQs: How Do I Create Custom Styles for Exchange

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When creating custom styles for Exchange, you won't want to edit the exchange.css file directly as any changes you make would be overwritten with an update to Exchange.
 
When creating custom styles for Exchange, you won't want to edit the exchange.css file directly as any changes you make would be overwritten with an update to Exchange.
  
Instead, create a directory in your theme called exchange.  The directory path would look something like this:  <code>/wp-content/themes/YourTheme/exchange</code>.
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Instead, create a directory in your child theme called exchange.  The directory path would look something like this:  <code>/wp-content/themes/YourTheme/exchange</code>.
  
Then you'll create a file named style.css where you'll add your custom CSS, then upload the file to the exchange directory you created in your theme.
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Then you'll create a file named style.css where you'll add your custom CSS, then upload the file to the exchange directory you created in your child theme.
  
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==See Also==
 
==See Also==
  
 
*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_Do_I_Have_to_Use_an_iThemes_Theme_with_Exchange|Do I Have to Use an iThemes Theme with Exchange]]
 
*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_Do_I_Have_to_Use_an_iThemes_Theme_with_Exchange|Do I Have to Use an iThemes Theme with Exchange]]
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*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_How_Do_I_Change_State_to_Province_in_the_Billing_and_Shipping_Address_Forms|How Do I Change State to Province in the Billing and Shipping Address Forms]]
 
*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_How_Do_I_Change_Where_the_User_Redirects_to_After_Logging_Out|How Do I Change Where the User Redirects to After Logging Out]]
 
*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_How_Do_I_Change_Where_the_User_Redirects_to_After_Logging_Out|How Do I Change Where the User Redirects to After Logging Out]]
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*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_How_Do_I_Create_a_Custom_Product_Category_Page|How Do I Create a Custom Product Category Page]]
 
*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_How_Do_I_Create_Custom_Styles_for_Exchange|How Do I Create Custom Styles for Exchange]]
 
*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_How_Do_I_Create_Custom_Styles_for_Exchange|How Do I Create Custom Styles for Exchange]]
 
*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_How_Do_I_Edit_My_Template_Files|How Do I Edit My Template Files]]
 
*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_How_Do_I_Edit_My_Template_Files|How Do I Edit My Template Files]]
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*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_How_Do_I_Resolve_a_Theme_Conflict|How Do I Resolve a Theme Conflict]]
 
*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_How_Do_I_Setup_My_Store_Page/Display_My_Products|How Do I Setup My Store Page/Display My Products]]
 
*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_How_Do_I_Setup_My_Store_Page/Display_My_Products|How Do I Setup My Store Page/Display My Products]]
 
*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_How_Do_I_Show_the_Product_Featured_Image_on_Archive/Category_Pages|How Do I Show the Product Featured Image on Archive/Category Pages]]
 
*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_How_Do_I_Show_the_Product_Featured_Image_on_Archive/Category_Pages|How Do I Show the Product Featured Image on Archive/Category Pages]]
 
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*[[:Exchange_FAQs:_Troubleshooting_the_PayPal_Add-ons|Troubleshooting the PayPal Add-ons]]
 
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Latest revision as of 09:30, April 9, 2015

When creating custom styles for Exchange, you won't want to edit the exchange.css file directly as any changes you make would be overwritten with an update to Exchange.

Instead, create a directory in your child theme called exchange. The directory path would look something like this: /wp-content/themes/YourTheme/exchange.

Then you'll create a file named style.css where you'll add your custom CSS, then upload the file to the exchange directory you created in your child theme.


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