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How To Edit Your WordPress Theme Using The WordPress Theme Customizer

Learn how to customize the appearance of your WordPress theme using the WordPress Theme Customizer and WordPress Live Preview feature.

How To Edit Your WordPress Theme Using The WordPress Theme CustomizerWordPress themes provide non-techie website owners not only with an incredible choice of professional web design options and layouts but also great versatility and the ability to further customize the theme and create a unique look and feel for their sites.

In this step-by-step guide for non-techies, we’ll look at how to edit your WordPress theme using the WordPress Theme customizer and explore the options and settings of the WordPress Theme customizer menu.

How To Edit Your WordPress Theme Using The WordPress Theme Customizer

To access the WordPress Theme customizer, log into WordPress, then go to the main menu and select Appearance > Customize

WordPress menu: Appearance > Customize

(WordPress menu: Appearance > Customize)

This brings up the WordPress Theme Customizer screen …

WordPress Theme Customizer screen

(WordPress Theme Customizer screen)

The WordPress Theme Customizer screen allows you to edit and configure your theme settings and preview changes live before committing these to your site …

WordPress Theme Customizer: Theme options menu and live preview screen

(WordPress Theme Customizer: Theme options menu and live preview screen)

WordPress Theme Customizer – Live Preview Feature

The Live Preview section contains clickable edit buttons …

Click to edit WordPress theme elements

(Click to edit WordPress theme elements)

Clicking on the edit buttons brings up relevant sections of the Customizer menu and allows you to edit theme elements on the fly …

Edit WordPress theme elements in live preview mode

(Edit WordPress theme elements in live preview mode)

As you make changes to options, fields, or settings, WordPress displays these in the Live Preview section …

View live WordPress Theme edits in the Customizer

(View live WordPress Theme edits in the Customizer)

Once you are happy with the changes you have made to your theme, click the ‘Publish’ button to save these and update your theme settings …

Publish your theme changes

(Publish your theme changes)

In version 4.9, WordPress introduced a number of changes to improve Theme Customizer workflow, such as the ability to save your theme changes in ‘draft’ mode, schedule your theme changes for publishing at a later date, collaborate on theme design improvements with others by sharing design preview links, locking your design to protect it from being changed by other users, and more.

To access these additional publishing settings, click on the gear icon next to the ‘Publish’ button …

Click the gear icon to access additional theme publishing settings

(Click the gear icon to access additional theme publishing settings)

This brings up additional Theme Customizer options …

Additional Theme Customizer options

(Additional Theme Customizer options)

Select one of the publishing options from the ‘Action’ section to save your changes …

Publish your theme changes live, as a draft, or schedule for later

(Publish your theme changes live, as a draft, or schedule for later)

To exit the WordPress Theme Customizer feature, click on the ‘X’ button …

Exit WordPress Theme Customizer

(Exit WordPress Theme Customizer)

Note: If you exit the WordPress Theme Customizer feature without saving your changes, you will be prompted to cancel and save/publish your edits, or navigate away from the page and lose your changes …

WordPress Theme Customizer 'exit without saving' prompt

(WordPress Theme Customizer ‘exit without saving’ prompt)

Sometimes, when exiting the Theme Customizer screen, you may also see a warning from the WordPress Autosave feature asking you to restore your most recent changes …

WordPress Autosave notice

(WordPress Autosave notice)

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu

(WordPress Theme Customizer Menu)

The WordPress Theme Customizer menu provides a number of configurable options and settings. The items you will see on the menu depend on the WordPress theme you have installed on your site and can include the following:

  • Default theme configuration options and settings
  • Custom theme options and settings specific to the active WordPress theme you are currently using
  • Options and settings from active WordPress plugins that you have installed on your site, which affect you current theme.

Let’s go through these menu items …

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Active Theme

To change your current WordPress theme, click the ‘Change’ button in the ‘Active theme’ section of the WordPress Theme Customizer menu …

WordPress Theme Customizer menu - Active theme section

(WordPress Theme Customizer menu – Active theme section)

From the ‘Themes’ section, you can select a different theme from the themes you have currently installed on your site …

Select a new theme from your installed WordPress themes

(Select a new theme from your installed WordPress themes)

Or search for new themes from the WordPress theme repository …

Search & Preview WordPress Themes From The Theme Customizer

(Search & Preview WordPress Themes From The Theme Customizer)

You can search, browse, and preview thousands on WordPress themes from from your Theme Customizer screen before deploying changes to your site and speed up the search for new themes with filters for subject, features, and layout.

Changing WordPress Themes – Installed Themes

To change your existing theme to a new theme that you have already installed on your site, click on ‘Live Preview’ …

Installed themes - Live Preview

(Installed themes – Live Preview)

WordPress will display a live preview of the new theme in your Customizer screen. Click on ‘Activate & Publish’ to activate and switch themes …

Click 'Activate & Publish' to change your active WordPress theme

(Click ‘Activate & Publish’ to change your active WordPress theme)

Changing WordPress Themes – WordPress.org Themes

If you can’t find a new theme from the themes you have currently installed on your site, you can browse the WordPress.org free theme repository from the Theme Customizer’s ‘Active theme > WordPress.org themes’ section.

After finding a new theme, click on ‘Install & Preview’ …

Install & Preview new WordPress themes

(Install & Preview new WordPress themes)

The new theme will be installed and display in the Theme Customizer’s ‘Live Preview’ screen …

WordPress Theme switching - live preview

(WordPress Theme switching – live preview)

Click on ‘Activate & Publish’ to activate and switch themes …

Click 'Activate & Publish' to change themes

(Click ‘Activate & Publish’ to change themes)

Info

As mentioned earlier, installing new themes can add new items to the WordPress Theme Customizer menu …

New WordPress themes can add new custom settings to the Customizer menu

(New WordPress themes can add new items to the Customizer menu)

New Theme Customizer menu items often add new configurable theme options and settings to the feature …

WordPress Theme Customizer menu items add new theme options and settings

(WordPress Theme Customizer menu items add new theme options and settings)

To exit the ‘Themes’ section (or any Customizer menu section), click on the arrow to the left of the menu item …

Click on the arrow to exit a Customizer section

(Click on the arrow to exit a Customizer section)

Tip

WordPress themes cannot be deleted or uninstalled from the Customizer section. To delete or uninstall a WordPress theme, go to the Themes section (‘Appearance > Themes’).

To learn more about managing and editing WordPress themes, see the tutorial below:

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Site Identity

Click on ‘Site Identity’ in the WordPress Theme Customizer menu …

WordPress Theme Customizer - Site Identity

(WordPress Theme Customizer – Site Identity)

This section lets you customize elements of your site like the logo, site title, tagline, and site icon …

WordPress site identity options

(WordPress site identity options)

To learn more about configuring settings in this section, see the following tutorials:

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Colors

Depending on the WordPress theme installed on your site, you can have a choice of options (or a single option, or no options) for customizing your site’s colors …

WordPress Theme Customizer - Colors

(WordPress Theme Customizer – Colors)

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Header And Background Image

Once again, depending on the WordPress theme installed on your site, you may see options for customizing your site’s Header and Background image …

Customize WordPress Header and Background images

(Customize WordPress Header and Background images)

To learn more about using logos and images in this section, see the tutorials below:

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Menus

To edit your WordPress theme menus in the Theme Customizer, click on the ‘Menus’ section …

WordPress Theme Customizer - Menus

(WordPress Theme Customizer – Menus)

The menus you will see displayed in this section depend on your currently active theme …

Customize your WordPress menus in the Theme Customizer

(Customize your WordPress menus in the Theme Customizer)

To learn more about using menus in WordPress, see the tutorial below:

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Widgets

To edit your WordPress theme widgets in the Theme Customizer, click on the ‘Widgets’ menu item …

WordPress Theme Customizer - Widgets

(WordPress Theme Customizer – Widgets)

The widgets displayed in this section will depend on your currently active theme …

Customize your WordPress widgets in the Theme Customizer

(Customize your WordPress widgets in the Theme Customizer)

You can also access the widget section by clicking on the edit buttons in the Live Preview screen …

Edit your theme widget settings in the WordPress Live Preview screen

(Edit your theme widget settings in the WordPress Live Preview screen)

To learn more about using widgets, see the tutorials below:

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – HomePage Settings

You can configure your WordPress home page settings from the ‘Homepage Settings’ menu item …

WordPress Theme Customizer - Homepage Settings

(WordPress Theme Customizer – Homepage Settings)

To learn more about WordPress home page settings, see the tutorial below:

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Additional CSS

You can view and edit some of your WordPress theme’s CSS code by clicking on the ‘Additional CSS’ menu section …

WordPress Theme Customizer - Additional CSS

(WordPress Theme Customizer – Additional CSS)

This brings up the ‘Additional CSS’ section …

Edit your WordPress Theme CSS

(Edit your WordPress Theme CSS)

In WordPress 4.9, several coding enhancements were introduced, such as Syntax Highlighting and Error Checking, which allows users to scan, pinpoint, and fix CSS editing and coding errors quickly and easily from the WordPress Theme Customizer …

Coding Enhancements

(Scan and fix CSS errors easily in your WordPress theme coding)

Tip

Even if you are a non-technical WordPress user, this feature can help you pinpoint issues and alert theme developers about problems with your existing theme.

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Plugin Settings

Adding certain plugins to your website can affect your WordPress theme. Depending on the plugins you have installed (e.g. Yoast SEO), you may find new options and settings added to your Theme Customizer menu …

WordPress Theme Customizer - Plugin Settings

(WordPress Theme Customizer – Plugin Settings)

To learn more about using plugins in WordPress, see the tutorials below:

WordPress Theme Customizer Menu – Live Preview Display Options

Most WordPress themes are fully responsive. The WordPress Live Preview feature in the WordPress Theme Customizer lets you see how your site will display in different devices and viewing platforms …

Live Preview Display Options Menu

(Live Preview Display Options Menu)

By default, live previews display your site as seen on a full resolution screen (e.g. a desktop or laptop computer) …

Live Preview - Full Screen Display

(Live Preview – Full Screen Display)

You can also see how your site will display on a tablet screen …

Live Preview - Tablet Screen Display

(Live Preview – Tablet Screen Display)

And on a mobile device screen …

Live Preview - Mobile Screen Display

(Live Preview – Mobile Screen Display)

Click on the ‘Hide Controls’ button to hide the WordPress Theme Customizer menu …

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(WordPress Theme Customizer – Hide Controls)

This lets you preview your theme without being distracted by the Customizer menu …

Live Preview With Theme Customizer Hidden

(Live Preview With Theme Customizer Hidden)

Congratulations! Now you know how to edit your WordPress theme using the WordPress theme Customizer feature.

How To Edit Your WordPress Theme Using The WordPress Theme Customizer

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New WordPress Version Release – WordPress 4.9 Tipton

WordPress has just released version 4.9, named “Tipton” in honor of jazz musician and band leader Billy Tipton. Learn about the new WordPress v. 4.9 updates here.

WordPress version 4.9New WordPress Version: WP V. 4.9

WordPress has just released WordPress 4.9, named “Tipton” in honor of jazz musician and band leader Billy Tipton.

Billy Tipton

(Billy Tipton. Image: Wikipedia)

If you plan to edit your existing WordPress theme, WP v. 4.9 Tipton, released on November 16, 2017 contains major theme customizer improvements, code error checking for a cleaner and smoother website building experience, plus a new Gallery widget, improvements to theme browsing and switching, and more.

WordPress Theme Customizer

(WordPress Theme Customizer)

Here are just some of the changes you will find in WordPress 4.9:

Improved Customizer Workflow

Improved Customizer Workflow

In version 4.9, WordPress introduces new features to improve your website’s design. This features include:

  • Draft And Schedule Site Design Customizations – Experiment with your site’s design and schedule your design changes to go live on a specified date and time of your choosing.
  • Collaborate With Design Preview Links – WordPress 4.9 allows you to collaborate with others in your team and get feedback on proposed site design changes by sharing a preview with others.
  • Design Locking To Guard Your Changes – WordPress 4.9’s design lock feature secures your draft design, preventing others from making changes.
  • A Prompt to Protect Your Work – If you are interrupted and step away from your desk before saving your new draft design, WordPress 4.9 will ask you if you want to save your unsaved changes.

Coding Enhancements

Coding Enhancements

WordPress 4.9 also introduces a number of coding enhancements, such as:

  • Syntax Highlighting and Error Checking – Scan, pinpoint, and fix CSS editing and coding errors quickly and easily.
  • Sandbox for Safety –  Avoid saving errors that can cause issues like the WordPress white screen of death when working on themes and plugin code.
  • Warning: Potential Danger Ahead! WordPress 4.9 will warn you when editing themes and plugins directly that this is a dangerous practice and recommend that you backup your files before saving to prevent files from being overwritten by future updates.

Widget Updates

New Image Gallery Widget

WordPress 4.9 lets you add an image gallery to your sidebar using a widget …

Image Gallery Widget

(Image Gallery Widget)

Add Media To Text Widget

Add Media To Text Widget

(Add Media To Text Widget )

WordPress 4.9 lets you embed images, video, and audio directly into the widget along with your text.

Site Building Improvements

Search & Preview WordPress Themes From The Customizer

(Search & Preview WordPress Themes From The Customizer)

WordPress 4.9 offers a number of site building improvements, including:

  • More Reliable Theme Switching – WordPress 4.9 offers more persistent menu and widget placement when you decide to switch themes.
  • Finding and Previewing Themes – You can search, browse, and preview thousands on WordPress themes from from your Customizer screen before deploying changes to your site and speed up the search for new themes with filters for subject, features, and layout.
  • Better Menu Instructions – Reduce confusion when creating new WordPress menus by following built-in instructions for a smoother menu creation process.

Menu Instructions

(Menu Instructions)

To learn more about using WordPress text widgets, see this tutorial:

Additional Enhancement & Fixes

In addition to the improvements and enhancements listed above, WP 4.9 also includes many other enhancements and bug-fixes.

Important Update Tips

WordPress version 4.9 - Update

We recommend doing the following before upgrading to any new version of WordPress:

  • Perform a complete backup of all your WordPress files and database.
  • Search online for any problems or issues that other WordPress users may be experiencing with the new version. This includes incompatibilities and conflicts with plugins, themes, and other issues (just search for something like “WordPress 4.9 issues” or “WordPress version 4.9 bugs”, then go through some of the results to see what kind of issues and errors users are experiencing).
  • Once you have done the above, then upgrade to the new version as soon as possible to ensure that your site remains protected against any security vulnerabilities found in previous versions.

WP 4.9 - Important Update Tips

Important

If you don’t want to back up your files yourself, then use a professional, or use a backup plugin.

You can learn more about a great WordPress backup plugin that we recommend using to completely automate your file and database backups here:

WordPress 4.9 Tipton

(WordPress 4.9 Tipton)

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How To Migrate Your WordPress Website To Another Web Host

Learn how to easily migrate your site using a WordPress migration plugin …

How To Migrate Your WordPress Website Using Migrate GuruAs per our WordPress Installation tutorials, setting up a new (self-hosted) WordPress site involves registering a domain name, setting up a web hosting account, installing WordPress on your domain and then setting up and configuring your WordPress site.

If you follow our tutorials and recommendations, your site should be hosted with a reliable service provider, allowing you to focus your efforts on growing your business online.

If at any point in the evolution of your business you decide that your current hosting service provider isn’t delivering you the service you need, or you have to upgrade/downgrade your existing hosting service, then you will need to consider migrating your WordPress site to a different server or web hosting service provider.

In this tutorial, we’ll look at different methods you can use to migrate your WordPress website to another web host.

How To Migrate Your WordPress Website To Another Web Host

Moving a WordPress site from one server to another involves a number of procedures like performing a complete backup of your site, configuring your new server, moving all content and files to the new server, reassigning the DNS address of your domain to point website visitors to your new server’s IP address, and performing post-migration checks to make sure that everything has been moved and is working correctly. You may also need to troubleshoot the process if anything goes wrong during the transfer and reassignment of your site.

Many webhosting companies provide technical support and assistance with website migration and can transfer the website on your behalf as long as you provide them with information like the FTP or cPanel access details to your existing server.

If you want to migrate the site yourself, you can perform the transfer using the following options:

  1. Migrate your WordPress site manually.
  2. Clone your WordPress site using a plugin like Backup Creator.
  3. Migrate your WordPress site using a plugin like Migrate Guru.

Let’s take a look at these options.

Migrate Your WordPress Site Manually

To migrate your WordPress site manually, you need to perform the following steps:

Step 1 – Backup Your Entire WordPress Site

You can perform a manual WordPress site backup, or use a WordPress backup plugin like BlogVault or Backup Creator.

As explained in our WordPress Backup tutorials, performing a complete backup of your WordPress site involves backing up all site files and its database.

For help with this step, see the tutorials below:

Backing Up WordPress Files
Backing Up Your WordPress Database

Step 2 – Replace Links And Site URLs

If you’re migrating your WordPress site to a new domain, you will need to replace any links on your site to make sure these point to your new domain.

Step 3 – Update Your DNS Settings

Migrating sites to different servers require updating your domain’s DNS settings to point to your new server’s IP address. This is done inside your domain registrar account.

If you need help with step, see this tutorial: How To Set Up Nameservers For Your Domain.

Performing a manual WordPress site migration has pros and cons.

Pros:

  • Easy if you’re an experienced WordPress user.
  • It’s Free.
  • You are in control of the process.

Cons:

  • It’s time-consuming.
  • Involves pre and post migration setups.
  • It can be intimidating for non-techies.
  • Each step of the process requires careful monitoring and knowledge of troubleshooting areas.

Unless you specifically want to migrate your WordPress site manually, we recommend using either your web host’s migration services (contact your web host for this option) or WordPress migration plugins.

How To Migrate Your WordPress Site  Using WordPress Migration Plugins

Migration plugins automate the manual site migration process. While there are different WordPress migration plugins available, most perform in a similar way: they backup your site, move all files and database to the new server and ensure that all links will work on the site in the new location.

WordPress site migration can be performed using plugins that will clone your site on a new WordPress installation, or transfer your files and data across.

In this example, we’ll look at migrating your WordPress site using a plugin like Migrate Guru.

Migrate Guru

(Migrate guru plugin)

Migrate Guru is a free WordPress plugin powered by BlogVault (an onboarding partner of many leading WordPress hosting companies).

The plugin not only provides fast migration of WordPress sites using intelligent processes on its own servers, it also simplifies difficult WordPress migrations (e.g. multi-site networks, 200 GB sites, etc.), by automatically rewriting URLs, bypassing import-export scripts, and handling serialised data, transferring WordPress sites easily without any manual work, add-ons, or additional tools.

Benefits Of Using Migrate Guru
  • Fast Migration: Up to 80% faster migration with accurace and efficiency.
  • Migrate Any Size Site: Migrate any type of site up to 200 GB with ease.
  • Crash Proof Migrations: The plugin developers guarantee zero downtime, and zero troubleshooting.
  • 100% Free: There is no cost to install and use the plugin.
  • True One Click Migration: No other add-ons are required.
  • Compatible With All Hosts
  • Seamless Multisite Support
  • Real-Time Progress Reports
  • No Site Overload
Before Using Migrate Guru

Before migrating your site using Migrate Guru, make sure you have the following already set up:

  • A new hosting account with WordPress installed on your domain.
  • The location of your WordPress installation.
  • The Migrate Guru WordPress plugin installed on the site you want to move (i.e. the source site).
How To Install Migrate Guru

Log into the WordPress admin area of your source site (the site you want to move) and go to Plugins > Add New on your main dashboard menu …

Plugins > Add New

(Plugins > Add New)

Type in ‘Migrate Guru’ in the keyword search field and click on ‘Install Now’…

Install the Migrate Guru plugin

(Install the Migrate Guru plugin)

Activate the plugin after installing it …

Activate the Migrate Guru plugin

(Activate the Migrate Guru plugin)

The plugin should now be installed, activated, and ready to use.

Using Migrate Guru

Choose the host you want to migrate to in the Migrate Guru menu list …

Choose the host to migrate your site to

(Choose the host to migrate your site to)

If your destination host is on Migrate Guru’s list of hosts, click on the host name. If you can’t see your host in the list, you can choose to move your site via FTP or cPanel, depending on which option you have access to credentials.

Migrating Your WordPress Site To A Listed Web Host

After selecting a host from the list of host options, you will see the migration form screen for the selected host …

Migration Form screen

(Migration form screen)

Enter the following details:

  • Email address: The email address to receiving notifications about the progress of your site migration.
  • Destination Site URL: the URL of the domain you’re moving your site to.
  • Destination Server IP Address: Enter the new server IP address (your host can provide this information).
  • Advanced Options Button: See ‘Advanced Options’ section further below.

Make sure to follow any additional instructions specifically provided by the host on this screen …

Follow specific host instructions

(Follow specific host instructions)

Migrating Your WordPress Site Using cPanel

If choosing to migrate your site using cPanel, select ‘cPanel’ from the Migrate Guru menu …

Migrate Guru - cPanel migration

(Migrate Guru – cPanel migration)

Enter the following details into this screen:

  • Email address: The email address to receiving notifications about the progress of your site migration.
  • Destination Site URL: the URL of the domain you’re moving your site to.
  • Destination Server IP Address: Enter the new server IP address (your host can provide this information).
  • cPanel Username and Password: Enter the cPanel credentials you use to log into your hosting account’s cPanel dashboard (if unsure, request your host to supply this information).
  • Advanced Options Button: See ‘Advanced Options’ section further below.
Migrating Your WordPress Site Using FTP

If choosing to migrate your site using FTP, select ‘FTP’ from the Migrate Guru menu …

Migrate Guru - FTP migration

(Migrate Guru – FTP migration)

Enter the following details into this screen:

  • Email address: The email address to receiving notifications about the progress of your site migration.
  • Destination Site URL: the URL of the domain you’re moving your site to.
  • FTP Type: Make sure you know which protocol your host uses, e.g. FTP, SFTP, or FTPS. If you enter the wrong protocol, Migrate Guru will prompt you to change it.
  • Directory Path: Enter the server directory path to your installation (your host can provide this information if you’re not sure).
  • Destination Server IP Address: Enter the new server IP address (your host can provide this information).
  • FTP Port, Username and Password: FTP details can normally be found on your hosting account’s dashboard (if unsure, request your host to supply these).
  • Advanced Options Button: See ‘Advanced Options’ section below.
Migrate Guru – Advanced Options

If your site is HTTP Authenticated, click on the ‘Advanced Options’ button …

Migrate Guru - Advanced Options

(Migrate Guru – Advanced Options)

Enter the username and password for the source and destination site.

Useful Info

These are only required if either the site being moved or the destination site is https:// instead of http://.

If the URL of either the source or destination site begins with https://, then they should be HTTP authenticated. These credentials can be retrieved from the site’s server logs. Some web hosts provide apps in cPanel that make it easier to browse those logs.

After completing the form, click the ‘Migrate’ button …

Migrate button

(Migrate button)

Migrate Guru will send you an email notification confirming that the process of migration has begun. You will also be taken to a real-time progress screen, allowing you to monitor the migration process …

Migration progress screen

(Migration progress screen)

After the migration process is completed, you will receive another email from Migrate Guru notifying you about the successful migration and the link to your newly-migrated site.

WordPress site migration completed successfully!

(WordPress site migration completed successfully!)

Important

After your site migration has been completed, it’s important to reassign the DNS of your site to the new destination’s IP address. Your new DNS settings can take anywhere from 2- 48 hours to propagate.

You can monitor the DNS propagation of your site using online tools like DNS Checker or What’s My DNS

What's My DNS - Global DNS propagation checker tool

(What’s My DNS – Global DNS propagation checker tool)

With most hosting accounts, you can edit your DNS settings in cPanel’s ‘DNS settings’ sections.

Migrate Guru – Additional Information

As you can see, using a WordPress migration plugin like Migrate Guru can make the process of moving your WordPress site to a new server easier and minimize the time and effort required to move your site to a different server without any downtime at all.

For more information about the Migrate Guru plugin, go here, or check out the video below …

(Migrate Guru – Fast WordPress migration plugin)

We hope that you have found the above tutorial on how to migrate your WordPress site to another server useful.

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