Re: Help with Child Theme
Parent / Child is pretty simple. A child theme can be as simple as a single style.css file with a link to another theme (it’s parent) in the comment section at the top of the file. i.e.:
Done. Now you can make your own styles to override the parent styles. And additionally… as you probably know… you can override any parent template file by placing a template file of the same name (and location) in the child theme. That’s about it.
And I would assume that any wordpress functions / constants / etc. that refer to template locations (other than the blog_info(‘stylesheet_directory’) will refer to the parent.