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the template changed to default 7 months 2 weeks ago #5233

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I am using a JD Atlanta Template and it was work fine and I made more changes. But, when I change the background color in style.less, without nothing color change, the template is restored to the default template style. Please and I lost all the changes that I made. Please, tell me how to restore the changes that I made before changing the color in style.less.
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the template changed to default 7 months 2 weeks ago #5234

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Please, help me it is very urgent.
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the template changed to default 7 months 2 weeks ago #5236

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Hi,

You need to write the CSS in the less folder, not CSS folder.

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the template changed to default 6 months 2 days ago #5569

Dear Chandan, I love the work of Joomdev. but while working with the template I have had similar problems as mentioned by the previous user. I have been editing files in the "LESS" folder on localhost. But after a couple of days, i suddenly found that it reset again. After some time the colors of the font and colors of button returned to the original color of the template. Does it make a difference what files I edit in the less folder? Or could something else be the cause of this problem?

I hope you can help me out here
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the template changed to default 6 months 1 day ago #5580

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Hello,

The correct place to make design changes are the files inside less folder but if you have updated the template after that, Your changes must have been overwritten.

@chandan, can you notify what file can a user make changes too where it won't be overwritten after the update?

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the template changed to default 6 months 1 day ago #5582

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Hi,

Can you please confirm in which file do you did the changes?

How to add Custom CSS File. Please open this.
www.joomdev.com/documentation/focus/#addcssjs

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