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Missing CSS in trunk theme upgrade

  • Avatar of Alex Cragg
    Alex Cragg
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    @epicalex

    I’ve just reinstalled buddypress, and reactivated my custom child theme.

    I have a couple of questions here. What is now happening with bp-sn-framework, and why is there a new bp-sn-parent? Following on from this, what is the difference between them, and which one should I continue to develop from?

    There also seems to be some styling gone missing somewhere. When viewing a profile or group, the div with id content overlaps the sidebar. You can see what I mean by visiting the site I’m developing on: http://thrownultimate.com . It’s essentially CSS changes only atm, so strongly resembles the default theme.

    Any pointers?

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  • It was merely renamed from bp-sn-framework to bp-sn-parent.

    Avatar of Alex Cragg
    Alex Cragg
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    @epicalex

    OK, just read the changelogs, it’s just a renaming. But still, I don’t see why the layout has borked.

    Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    I assume that you are running on the bleeding edge, that you reinstalled the most recent BuddyPress trunk. The name of the parent theme was changed in r1843 and many new improvements made to the overall new parent/child theme architecture.

    As the above referenced changeset indicates, the first step you should try is reactivating your theme. If that does not do the trick, then since you’re using a customized parent/child theme, you need to make sure that you carefully inspect the new default parent/child theme and find were any changes might have been made.

    Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    Ah, I see Paul has beat me to it!

    Avatar of Alex Cragg
    Alex Cragg
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    @epicalex

    Jeff and Paul, thanks both for your replies. After my original post, I thought it would make sense to read the changelog, so I found it was just a renaming. As for the issues I was having with the CSS, I’m not sure what caused it, but I think it might have been because I still had bp-sn-framework activated, even though nothing was referencing it.

    I deleted that, and started again from the default theme, adding back in my custom.css, and everything is back to normal. On with the debugging…

    Avatar of wordpressfan
    wordpressfan
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    @wordpressfan

    Styling for the default theme is not active. Although there should be styling, just naked text appears.

    wordpressfan: That’s nothing directly to do with the subject of this thread, which has been marked completed. Start a new thread.

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