Rooms Easy Demo Import [Plugin] How does Easy Demo Import work?

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      Dee Zynah
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      Hi all, I’m new so forgive my idiotic questions. I learned how to build my own child themes (functions.php, style.css, script.js files) with VS Code editor.

      But I’m working on creating child themes to sell online and I’m looking at Easy Demo Import Pro to create the child theme.

      My main question is, do I just build the site without my child theme, load Easy Demo Import Pro and let that create the child theme? And all my custom css/jquery stuck in the Divi Options CSS and header code?

      Is using Easy Demo Import Pro accepted by Elegant Themes Marketplace? Thought I saw some announcements here that there was an issue.

      And does Easy Demo Import Pro also add in any various plugin’s such as Gravity Forms as a suggested plugin and will prompt the buyer of the child theme to add Gravity Forms in their install?

      Thanks for informing me on these questions. Stay safe, dee

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      Dave Allipa
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      You’ll need to create and name your child theme, however you want it to appear. This is what will house any custom css/js for your theme. EDI is accepted by ET, it’s what we use at BeSuperfly and we highly recommend it. The issues you’re referring to were early last year and have already been resolved.

      I would not include any premium plugins or premium stock photography in your child theme package. Free repository plugins are fine and you’ll see an option for that to include in EDI’s settings. ET has an approved list of stock photo sources you can use for your theme.

      Hope this helps and good luck!

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      Jerry Simmons
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      Thanks @dave for the solid answer!

      The only thing I would add… it is a common misconception that EDI creates a child theme. It doesn’t. What it does is package a child theme. So it takes the child theme folder, adds the content from the demo site, and combines it all into one child theme zip file.

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        Dee Zynah
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        Huh? Sooo still use my vscode child theme? Okay🤔

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