I’m trying to reverse the styling of header logo title which based on my testing is located inside

/wp-content/themes/<theme-name>/inc/partials.php 

Since the file is under the Parent theme, I needed to replicate this file under the child theme directory

/wp-content/themes/<theme-name>-child/inc/partials.php

However, I can’t seem to replicate it on my child theme.

For example, in the Parent theme directory, if I reverse the following code block:

<h2 class="site-title"><a href="<?php echo esc_url( home_url( '/' ) ); ?>" rel="home"><?php bloginfo( 'name' ); ?></a></h2>

the changes are reflected on the homepage’s header part, but if the same changes is applied on the child theme’s version of the file, no changes are reflected.

I see that on the Parent theme, the

partials.php

is included in the

functions.php

as per the following code snippet:

/** Standard Includes */
$includes = array(

    '<other-files>.php',
    '<other-files>.php,

    'partials.php',
    '<other-files>.php',
);

foreach ( $includes as $file ) {
    require( get_template_directory() . '/inc/' . $file );
}

Copying this code inside the

functions.php

on the child theme directory doesn’t make it work.

What should I do? What am I missing? TIA

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