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    Every time that I upgrade the version of the enfold theme it change the name of the folder to “enfold” in minus and I must change it to “Enfold” in caps because if not WordPress doesn’t detect that it’s the parent theme. How do I fix this to upgrade the themes without problems with the child theme?
    Best regards,

    #1177387

    Hi AlbertoChueca,

    The enfold folder has always been in lowercase.
    Can you give us temporary admin access and FTP access? so we can check it further.
    We suggest creating a staging site, so we don’t touch your live site, here’s an article on how to build a stage site: https://themeisle.com/blog/wordpress-staging-site/

    Best regards,
    Nikko

    #1183336

    The problem is that every time that I upgrade the version, the “Enfold” folder is changed to “enfold” and my child-theme doesn’t recognize it. I have tried to change the style.css of both to put the names in minus but it doesn’t work.
    What should I have in the style.css of the parent and child theme?

    /*
    Theme Name: enfold
    Description: A superflexible and responsive Business Theme by Kriesi – <br/> Update notifications available on twitter, facebook and via newsletter:<br/> Follow me on twitter<br/> – Join the Facebook GroupSubscribe to our Newsletter
    Version: 4.7.3
    Author: Kriesi
    Author URI: https://kriesi.at
    License: Themeforest Split Licence
    License URI: –
    Theme URI: http://kriesi.at/themes/enfold/
    */

    and

    /*
    Theme Name: Enfold Child
    Description: A Child Theme for the Enfold WordPress Theme. If you plan to do a lot of file modifications we recommend to use this Theme instead of the original Theme. Updating wil be much easier then.
    Version: 1.0
    Author: Kriesi
    Author URI: http://kriesi.at
    Template: enfold
    */

    Should they be in minus? should they be in caps? I must change all the time the Enfold folder to caps (Enfold) instead of “enfold” to enable the child-theme.
    Please help,

    #1183406

    Hi AlbertoChueca,

    The comments seems to be correct. You don’t need to touch style.css of the parent theme, for the child theme, try to use this:

    /*
    Theme Name: Enfold Child
    Description: Enfold Child Theme
    Version: 1.0
    Author: Kriesi
    Author URI: http://kriesi.at
    Template: enfold
    */

    Best regards,
    Nikko

    #1200899

    I haven’t changed them. And the Enfold theme?
    What is the correct one?
    It always says that there is no “Enfold” and I have “enfold”…

    #1201101

    Hi,
    Since the code snippets of the stylesheets both show that you are using the small “enfold” you should be fine, what about the theme folder is it also “enfold”?

    Best regards,
    Mike

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