FAQ: Using Child Theme Folders

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Using child theme folders with the WordPress FAQ plugin.

The WordPress FAQ plugin has theme folders inside wp-faq/views/default/ . For example the wp-faq/views/default folder which contains all templates, Javascript files, CSS files, images, etc. These are served to the customers on the front end.

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You can use child theme folders to create the same files and folders as inside wp-faq/views/default/ for example so that these new files are served rather than the ones inside the plugin. To do this, create a folder named faqs inside your current, active WordPress theme with the same files and folders as inside one of the theme folders.

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So say your current WordPress theme folder is wp-content/themes/mytheme/ you’ll create a wp-content/themes/mytheme/faqs/ folder with files using the same folder/file names as the ones in the theme folder of the plugin.

All files inside wp-content/themes/mytheme/faqs/ will now be served as priority above those in the plugin’s theme folder. This includes all files like PHP, CSS, JS, etc

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