Googling didn’t help.
I couldn’t figure out why my Salient Child Theme dynamic-combined.css path was returning a 404 and my custom styles weren’t showing up.
Create file /salient-child-theme/css/dynamic-combined.css
The solution is stupidly easy. Create new file:
Salient looks for a child theme file
Salient is smart enough to look for the dynamic-combined.css file in your child theme. But if it’s not there, it won’t automatically create it for you.
I think it should, but I didn’t make $2,300,000+ on ThemeForest, so what do I know?
Create the blank dynamic-combined.css file so your Salient Child Theme options can be written to it. As long as the file is writable by the server, you’re all set.[blog_stripe]
Anyone else have this problem? If you had success with this method, let me know in the comments below![/blog_stripe]