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Drupal 7: Creating and Editing Custom Themes shows the tools and techniques needed to build custom web sites with Drupal. Author Chaz Chumley introduces Drupal theme administration and takes a look at basic theming concepts, such as templates, regions, and variables. The course explores how Drupal default themes are configured and structured and how to install and edit a theme. The course also explores the tools a designer needs to create a Drupal 7 theme, using HTML, CSS, PHP, and Drupal templates, or migrate an existing Drupal 6 theme to Drupal 7. Exercise files are included with this course.
Hello and welcome to Drupal 7: Creating and Editing Custom Themes. I'm Chaz Chumley. In this course we look for some of the tools and techniques needed to be successful in building beautiful and exciting Drupal websites. We will begin by walking through Drupal's theme administration. Taking a look at basic theming concepts such as templates, regions, and variables followed by how Drupal's default themes are configured, structured, and just how easy it is to install a theme and modify the look and feel.
Together we will work with some of the most common tools any designer needs while we build a brand-new Drupal 7 theme using HTML, CSS, PHP, and Drupal templates. Finally we will finish up with migrating from an existing Drupal 6 theme to Drupal 7. So let's get started with Drupal 7: Creating and Editing Custom Themes.
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