Choosing global and theme-specific settings


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Choosing global and theme-specific settings

Drupal's Appearance interface allows you as an administrator to configure various features specific to an individual theme, as well as global features used by all themes. Enabling or disabling the display of a certain page element such as the site name and logo or enabling which navigation menus are available, and many other options will be explored. Let's take a look at the Appearance interface. We were there previously to enable and disable themes, but there is also another section here called Settings.

By clicking on Settings either from the theme or from the top tab will jump us into the Settings interface. We have Global settings and we have theme specific settings. Global settings allow us to toggle the display which in turn enables or disables the display of certain page elements such as the logo and site name, as well as on a per theme basis. So click on Bartik, and I see right at the top some other additional theme features that are specific to this theme.

But, if I scroll do...

Choosing global and theme-specific settings
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Choosing global and theme-specific settings provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Chaz Chumley as part of the Drupal 7: Creating and Editing Custom Themes

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