[quote=“tspnyc, post:3, topic:59799”]
Sorry. I want to make sure I understand what you said.
The link you provided is where I got that code from. But it sounds like you are implying I do not need to do this export code step.
When I create my theme folder there is nothing in it.
So I should copy and paste the entire contents of the themes/bouquet folder and paste it into the themes/bouquet-malt folder?
And paste it in the /themes/bouquet-guitar folder? And for any other site I make in the future?
And for my own edification, as for those custom headers on each page, where does that code live, if there is only one header.php per theme? How would that be accomplished without a program like Yost SEO?
Sigh. Never mind, back to Hooray. It DID work. I now have three children themes.
I just have to get used to the fact things do not always show up right away.
I did this by …
I made a theme folder. I copied the entire contents of theme/Bouquet to my C drive on my PC, then I copied it back in to theme/Bouquet-guitar. And did the same for Bouquet-onemansworld, and Bouquet-malt.
I then edited the style.css in notepad the same way to change the theme name anbd description.
I copied that into the theme folder.
My other two child themes do not appear in my Dashboard of my Admin, so I cannot activate them.
I logged out and I left it sit for two hours.
I logged back in and the other two child themes are not available. I see nothing different about their folders in the Themes directory compared to the one child theme that worked.