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Copy the file to your child theme, In your child theme, create a template and name it what ever you want, e.g content-child.php Now you can replace lib/login/register.php with your new template: <?php get_template_part( 'content-child', get_post_format() ); ?> It should work.


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I would definitely avoid using 2 different wordpress themes and instead code for a more responsive website with CSS mediaqueries. It has worked out very well for me on the Wordpress websites I created. If you're not familiar with media queries, here's a very basic rundown. HTML -- <div class="box">hello world</div> CSS -- .box { ...



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