- February 23, 2016 at 10:39 pm #5474hollywoodmetalMember
Is it safe to install updates without affecting customized site design or is the “-child” theme strategy needed?
Also, is there a place to see the differences between SuperMag and SuperMagPRO? If SuperMagPRO is installed over the top of SuperMag, would this screw up customized design/CSS used in SuperMag?
-BrendanFebruary 24, 2016 at 3:02 am #5478
Thank you for using our theme SuperMag.
If you need to change the main theme any file, please do not do that. We strongly recommend to use child theme for that.
But for adding only CSS you can use theme customizer options:
Appearance=> Customize => Layout/Design Option => Custom CSS and use Custom CSS
Please never change the parent ( Main ) theme itself.February 24, 2016 at 3:26 am #5477
Theme don’t delete or disrupt anything adding in Custom CSS or other customizer option while updating or upgrading from free to pro.
Also while upgrading from free to pro, you just need to adjust some of the widget setting only, other setting are automatically migrated including Custom CSS.
The main advantage of using SuperMagPro is there available more setting and controls in the theme, 12+ custom widgets( Free only 2), Video Support, Advanced Related Post options etc, We will list soon and keep them in our website :).
A lot of the features different you can see in the demo too:
SuperMagPro Demo : https://demo.acmethemes.com/supermagpro/
SuperMag Demo : https://demo.acmethemes.com/supermag/
also definitely we provide more priority support for our premium theme user.
You can buy SuperMagPro theme from here http://www.acmethemes.com/themes/supermagpro/
If you have further any queries please feel free to ask.
AcmeThemesFebruary 25, 2016 at 3:46 am #5476hollywoodmetalMember
Great, thanks for these responses.April 1, 2016 at 5:43 am #5475
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