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I probably should not have clicked upgrade theme automatically, but I can't seem to get it to revert back, even after uploading the files I had backed up into the folder again.

My custom theme seems to have taken some things from the default theme and I can't get it to revert back.

I just want the theme to be black and wide again.

Here is what I have currently and I looked through Global and all the colors are #000000.

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When the upgrader runs, previous versions of CSS are saved as a revision. So if you go to edit the CSS you can just restore the previous revision.


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This did not change anything.

Restored it to May 24.
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The white is actually a pattern, it's a background-image. Look for "block-background" in global.css.

As for it restoring to May 24th, I can't say.


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I got it Chris. It was under the inner_body parameter. The color was transparent, which is where it may have been taking that background image from.

I set it back to black.

Jumped to conclusions too fast! I had looked through it and saw everything was black.. must've overlooked that area.

thank you.
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