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  • I have not installed the helper as when I use the parent theme, I do not experience any errors. It is only with the child theme and only in the customizer.

    I like the partial edit shortcuts. I think everything is really well laid out and works very very well. I am only using a child theme in order to inject the current date in the footer, if I was able to use a shortcode in the footer then I would have no need for a child theme at all.

    Here are some more errors that come from the child theme but not when we use the parent theme:

    Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property ‘focus’ of undefined at <anonymous>:1:58

    This occurs when clicking Add Features Widget from the customizer. If we go to Widgets and then add it there, it works.

    Yes, that is what I ended up doing. I still am getting several JS errors in the console. Sporadic things, like jQuery throwing undefined reference to $ in the admin customizer when I changed the number of widget sections in the features section. Clicking publish and refreshing saves the change. Do you know why we would be getting the 404’s for missing files in the inc/kirki folder then? The full path was to wp-content/themes/serenity-pro-child/inc/kirki/assets/vendor/selectWoo/kirki.css, etc

    Thanks and love the theme by the way. We have been using Elegant Themes Divi for a very long time but its becoming very complex to use and manage so I branched out and found yours. Way simpler to use and I think we are getting better results and cleaner UI for client edits. I am probably going to start using this theme as the base for all of our other projects that are coming up. Excellent work.

    Edit: Man, I just realized I created this thread in the wrong forum. If you can move it and feel free to do so – my apologies.

    Yes, that is what I ended up doing. I still am getting several JS errors in the console. Sporadic things, like jQuery throwing undefined reference to $ in the admin customizer when I changed the number of widget sections in the features section. Clicking publish and refreshing saves the change. Do you know why we would be getting the 404’s for missing files in the inc/kirki folder then? The full path was to https://mayumitayake.com/wp-content/themes/serenity-pro-child/inc/kirki/assets/vendor/selectWoo/kirki.css, etc

    Thanks and love the theme by the way. We have been using Elegant Themes Divi for a very long time but its becoming very complex to use and manage so I branched out and found yours. Way simpler to use and I think we are getting better results and cleaner UI for client edits. I am probably going to start using this theme as the base for all of our other projects that are coming up. Excellent work.

    Edit: Man, I just realized I created this thread in the wrong forum. If you can move it and feel free to do so – my apologies.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by mcadle.

    Yes, that is what I ended up doing. I still am getting several JS errors in the console. Sporadic things, like jQuery throwing undefined reference to $ in the admin customizer when I changed the number of widget sections in the features section. Clicking publish and refreshing saves the change. Do you know why we would be getting the 404’s for missing files in the inc/kirki folder then? The full path was to https://mayumitayake.com/wp-content/themes/serenity-pro-child/inc/kirki/assets/vendor/selectWoo/kirki.css, etc

    Thanks and love the theme by the way. We have been using Elegant Themes Divi for a very long time but its becoming very complex to use and manage so I branched out and found yours. Way simpler to use and I think we are getting better results and cleaner UI for client edits. I am probably going to start using this theme as the base for all of our other projects that are coming up. Excellent work.

    Edit: Man, I just realized I created this thread in the wrong forum. If you can move it and feel free to do so – my apologies.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by mcadle. Reason: I am an idiot
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by mcadle. Reason: Still an idiot but trying to clarify

    Figured as much. Do we need to move INC and CSS folders to the child theme and if so, are there others that need to go as well?