**Never change the theme files, as all your settings would be lost with every update. (theme files are replaced everytime) **
So as soon you'd like to change code, you should create your custom child theme. So, let's step in:
Attached here you can download a prepared example child theme for Custom Community Pro! :)
Install and Activate!
Upload this new child theme to your themes folder via FTP to "wp-content/themes"
Go to APPEARANCE -> THEMES
ACTIVATE this new child theme!
Your new Child Theme should be installed and activated now.
How it works - in short
It’s just a css file as starting point.
Now you cann add your own styles or add a complete new file, for example the header.php.
The file names must be the same, otherwise your new child theme file will not overwrite the original file.
Tip: copy the original code from the original file, and then just modify! :)
More info on child themes
The WordPress documentation about child themes:
For general questions regarding child themes check out the free support forums at http://wordpress.org.
For support requests regarding Custom Community theme (or child theme) issues
just drop us a line here in our premium support forums: http://themekraft.com/forums
If you are not so familiar with FTP, there's also a free plugin out there to generate a child theme via your WP backend:
Some further info and user experience in this nice forum thread:
If you search the web you will also find many articles or even videos explaining how to make a child theme for WordPress.
Hope that was helpful, if you miss something, please let us know. Enjoy!