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    I am slightly paranoid about files being overwritten when I next upgrade so I have a couple of questions:

    Is Quick CSS code overwritten on upgrade? Or is it better to edit style.css.

    I have a fonts folder containing @font-face fonts. Where should this be located ideally? At present mine is in directly in WP-Content. Is this the correct place to store fonts? Or is it safer within the enfold-child folder?
    I am seeing various suggestions on this forum.

    Please can you can help clarify?

    #455579

    Hey Fionadee!

    Thank you for using Enfold.

    The Quick CSS field will not be overwritten when you update the theme but if you want a bullet proof update, use a child theme then add the css modifications in the style.css file. Creating a backup won’t hurt either.

    Cheers!
    Ismael

    #457464

    That’s great thanks for clarification.
    Any advice on my other question, which is the best place to store @font-face fonts folder?

    “I have a fonts folder containing @font-face fonts. Where should this be located ideally? At present mine is in directly in WP-Content. Is this the correct place to store fonts? Or is it safer within the enfold-child folder?
    I am seeing various suggestions on this forum.”

    #458154

    Hey!

    I don’t think there’s an ideal folder for you to place them, but the root folder tends to get a bit messy with a lot of files so maybe you could put them in a folder called font or something like that?

    Cheers!
    Rikard

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