When I need to change styles.css, I’m getting the results that I need, but I’m worried that I’m doing it inefficiently, or losing changes, or basically messing it up. I have found the following versions:
The one in my project
One in _pgexport
A SASS version styles.scss
A SASS version in _pgexport\sass
a whole lot in _pgbackup, which are surely historical copies
and then the one in wordpress\wp-content\themes\themename
I’m assuming the only one I should change is the first one, and others are built from that, but I notice that by the time it gets to wordpress, some comments (theme name etc.) have been added at the top.but I don’t see where I can influence the values that are added, except for the theme name. For instance: Author or Description. I change styles.css either through the CSS panel in pinegrow or in an external editor.
I also assume the set in _pgexport is copied to the theme in wordpress on my local PC. When I want to use the modified theme on a hosted site, I FTP copy from my local wordpress/theme/themename to the remote one.
Lastly, I have no idea how I would use the SASS version, or even if that’s a good idea.
So, am I changing it properly, how do I change the name descritpion etc, and what’s the story on SASS?