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  • Child theme will not save navigation colors from theme options. Switched Nitro and worked. Child theme name is short and sweet. Looks like others have had this issue as well. Please, what is the fix?

    Mostly it’s a problem with the order of the css files, if you want, you can send us the link to the website, then we can check the source code for you

    Please & thank you! 😀

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    Ok, found the problem. The style.css file of your child theme is called first, then the style.css file of the parent theme, so you will overwrite always the styles from your child theme.

    You have to add the style.css file after the parent style file, then it’s working

    Ah Thank you so very much! Is there anyway you could let me know how exactly to do this, though? I am not quite sure what to do. 😉

    Unfortunately it’s not so easy, because you have to change the way WordPress include the files in the child-theme.
    I think it’s much easier for a WordPress beginner to add ” !important” rule after the css code to make it working, for example:

    header .main-menu > li > a {
     color:red !important;
    }
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