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Issues with implementing files in Child theme

My issue is fairly straight to the point.

I've copied content-post.php and included it in my theme, edited some stuf, and it works. See image below. 

Now as you can see I've also copied content-single.php. Yet if I implement that, my website crashes (a white screen and nothing else).

I even changed that one line of code to require_once( get_stylesheet_directory() .'/includes/content-single.php' );

So I didn't even include them both, just the content-single, and it also crashes. I don't get it.. 


  • edited June 14
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  • It's not about the actual customization of the files. I haven't even edited content-single.php. Whenever I copy it to my child theme and try to implement it using require_once( get_stylesheet_directory() .'/includes/content-single.php' ); it crashes WordPress.

    This has noting to do with my contribution to that file! Since its the BeTheme stock file, I think this is still within your scope. You should provide the theme with files that supports Child Theme integration of it.. :( 
  • Well, I guess I found it. You don't actually have to use require_once. It just works, without that. Thanks anyway!
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