Discussion on Souffle — Responsive Retina Multi-Purpose Theme

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I’ve run into a situation that has me scratching my head, and before I go through the process of deactivating all my plugins, I thought I would ask for advice.

I use a lot of CSS overrides in the Custom CSS under the Souffle Advanced tab. Now, when I add additional CSS overrides they work fine as long as I’m logged in, but when I log out none of the new overrides are applied. But… all of the previous overrides seem to be working fine. It’s like when I log out an old version of the CSS overrides is used instead of what I just saved. I can’t say when this started happening since I haven’t made any overrides in quite a while. So I don’t want to go back and reinstall old versions if I can avoid it.

Only thing I know to do at this point is start deactivating plug-ins to see if their is a conflict, but that’s going to be a pain since I have to log out every time to see if the overrides are working. Then log back in, deactivate another plug-in, etc.

Thought I would ask for suggestions before I go down that path.

I’m running WP 4.2.2 with the Souffle 3.2. I also have a child theme running to do some plugin filtering, etc.

Thanks

If anyone else is seeing the bug where the mobile menu does not display any more, add this to your CSS.

@media screen and (max-width:640px) { #responsive-menu-switcher { display: block!important; } }

I’m trying to modify the social.php file in mo/widgets via a child theme. I put the modified social.php file in the child theme, but it does not override the parent theme version. Can someone provide guidance on how to make this work? Thanks.

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