Hello. The site where I installed your template has about 1600 post.
I remember you tell me that is not possible to config the side bar by default from the theme settings, but is a problem to modifi 1600 publications… Is there any way to add the side bar in a php file and save it in my child theme?
Sorry this is not possible. If we modify php code also, Its applicable for newly created post only.
Ok, so I will have to manually modify the old posts.
But if you indicate the code for me to include it myself
in the PHP so that in new ones automatically, I would appreciate it.
Get into wp-content \ themes \ Flash News \ cs-framework-override \ config \ metabox.config.php and refer this screenshot – https://prnt.sc/s3awln
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I don’t have the folder “cs-framework-override”
I already sent your 5 stars.
Hello. Thanks, it works but only for the main theme. In the child theme don’t works.
I tried to both metodes, copy the modified post-metabox.php directly in “flashnews-child” and also created the folder structure: \framework\theme-metaboxes
wp-content / Themes / flashnews-child / framework / theme-metaboxes /
Yes, It wont work with child theme. If you want to override CSS style, then you can go with Child theme otherwise it wont work.
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