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It always happen with me that I make some changes to the existing theme and as a new update comes the previous changes are lost and I have to do them all over again in theme's or plugin's css. It would be a nice idea to have a custom css plugin which would override the existing theme or plugin css. This way we'll not lose any changes whether we update the site with latest themes and plugin versions.

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I created this plugin for myself.

https://github.com/fardina/q2a-child-theme

I hope it works for you too.
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Great work brother... :)
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@Gurjyot Singh Thanks ^_^
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