Unintentionally activated new theme on site, reset some changes

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    hi. i have a very irritating problem on my site: judithschwentner.net i unintentionally activated a different theme (because i was logged into wordpress but didnt realize) and i switched back to little story immediately but a couple of things that i already had changed (individualized) before are now gone. unfortunately not all postings here in this forum are being kept visible thats why i cant change back to some settings without your help, for example: you already gave me the code to a different instagram-logo for the instagram-link (next to the facebook and twitter link) which worked much better than the “P” in a circle, but i cannot find the thread here where you posted the answer. can you help me with that one more time?
    -i would like to have a solid background color for the header, not with those white underlinings.
    -i would like to edit out the round circles in the headings, we dont need those.

    thank you very much for your help, i really appreciate it!

    The blog I need help with is judithschwentner.net


    the easiest solution would be: can you set back the site to before i accidently switched themes? than everything would be fine again..


    Kathryn P.
    Happiness Engineer

    Hi there, you can see all threads for Little Story by clicking on the Little Story link in the breadcrumb path above this post:


    The CSS editor stores revisions, so if you’d like to revert back to a previous version, you can do that. To view the revisions, open your Customizer and click the “CSS Revisions” link, which you’ll see here:

    Customize Judith Schwentner Abgeordnete zum Nationalrat Sozialsprecherin der Gru nen

    That will bring you to this page in the WP Admin editor:


    You will see a list of recent revisions in the right column here:

    CSS Judith Schwentner WordPress

    You can then view your past CSS revisions by clicking on each date. If you’d like to revert back to one of them, click the “Restore this revision” button.



    thank you, i will try this right now



    it worked!!! thank you!!!


    Kathryn P.
    Happiness Engineer

    Wonderful! You’re very welcome, glad things are back to normal.

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