Throgmorton: Is it your child theme that the enqueue is coming from? it could be a plugin or the parent thats doing it
Trevorrow: I will updte my child theme to see if i can then tell the difference. wasnt sure which was 4.3 and which was 2013.
Kiraly: WorldsEndless: finally got a link up http://armadillo-rsa.somethingbigdev.co.uk/ – type ABCDE into the box and you’ll see there is a screen that comes down. my issue is that when the screen goes back up, I need it to reveal new content, so I need to load in the new content with AJAX while the whole animation is going on in the background
Throgmorton: Dunno why 2013 would be in the version ive seen the current date/time being used when people p*** the date param to the version
Throgmorton: If it was 2013 maybe ;
Trevorrow: The parent is 2013.i ***ume it is from there. then not sure why there is a 4.3 reference. that is the WP version, but not sure why style.css woudl refer to it
Throgmorton: Or 2013 version in the enqueue
Trevorrow: The parent is 2013. enque for ‘parent-style’ then the ‘child-style’
Throgmorton: What i meant is the parent theme called 2013 or is that just the version # the enqueue is p***ing
Sachez: You don’t need to enqueue child_style
Sachez: Because style.css in the current theme is automatically loaded.
Trevorrow: IS this outdated? https://codex.----escape_autolink_uri:a03ded6cd97ffffa8f7b4e1454f3eecc----.org/Child_Themes it says Your child theme’s stylesheet will usually be loaded automatically. If it is not, you will need to enqueue it as well. I had some issues with my stylesheet rules not being applied until i enqued it as mentioned on that page
Nollora: Fris: Any other thoughts for me?
Trevorrow: Fris – the parent is the wordpress twentythirteen
Sachez: Trevorrow: what’s your URL?
Throgmorton: Trevorrow child yes, parent not always
Throgmorton: Twentytwelve ify ou create a child theme the parent wont load, you need to add that
Throgmorton: Wp_enqueue_style’twentytwelve-style’, get_template_directory_uri . ‘/style.css’;
Throgmorton: Would need to be done for 2012
Sachez: Trevorrow: I’ve lost track. What’s the problem you’re trying to solve?
Trevorrow: My original question was just on knowing how to use the info in developer tools to know which stylesheet is which.
Trevorrow: Original: does anyone know the meaning of the ver=4.3.1 or ver=2013-07. that appears in developer tools when looking at CSS for wordpress? screenshot https://www.evernote.com/l/AOOcI9B0h-VAH6yuzoWk40dDB0J4uSYDUq8B/image.png
Sachez: Trevorrow: please pastebin the part of functions.php where you enqueue style sheets
Sachez: By the way, your tag like “Just another wordpress site” shows up in the page title!
Sachez: You probably don’t want that.
Sachez: Interesting. It seems that “child-style” is doing Benzing. I don’t see any reason for that line being there.
Sachez: It’s NOT what’s in the codex.
Tuttle: Sachez: if that style is registered it can be enqueued like that
Schupp: Either we’re missing a register or he just didn’t add the file’s path
Sachez: Is “child-style” automatically registered?
Sachez: There’s really no need for it anyway
Trevorrow: Hi Sachez parameters are optional, and the child theme loads properly. my question is on the info i sent for the extensions. if i get more time i will play around with giving optional strings to see if it changes, but thought someone may already know the answer
Sachez: It would seem that the ?xxxx is the file date
Combs: Whatever’s doing the enqueue is setting the version number to the date
Sachez: I sometimes use that for the version when I’m in “heavy development”
Duston: Never thought about doing that tbh
Siglar: One of our sites is behind some heavy cloudflare caching