Switching, saving, and copying themes


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Switching, saving, and copying themes

There are four steps to changing themes in Drupal Gardens. First, you select the base theme; then you modify it if you like or leave it as it is; then you save your version; and then you publish it to the web. So once again you select your theme, you modify it, you save it, and you publish it. It can get a bit confusing in those middle two steps there, the Save and Publish, because you'll usually do several rounds of revisions before publishing and perhaps save intermediate versions under various names as you go. I'll try to make it clearer by showing you what the typical design process looks like.

Now I'll be working on this theme in Firefox when I'm administering it, but I've also brought up the site in Google Chrome, so that we can see what it looks like to a visitor. But let's go back to our administrative interface and click Appearance, so we can start working with it. First, I'll do something very simple. I'll change it to Minima, and as you know, t...

Switching, saving, and copying themes
Video duration: 7m 13s 6h 6m Appropriate for all Updated Nov 10, 2011

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Switching, saving, and copying themes provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Tom Geller as part of the Drupal Gardens Essential Training

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