Having problem applying fusion themes for Drupal 7.

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I am having problem applying fusion theme for Drupal 7, wand was wondering if someone tell me the correct way to do so. Any kind of help would be appreciated.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #133699

Having problem applying fusion themes for Drupal 7.

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Hello Moss,

The following steps will help you apply fusion theme for drupal 7.

  • First, you will need to enable the Fusion Accelerator module.
  • And then you will go to the module administration page, and then navigate down to the “Fusion” group.
  • You will need to check the box next to “Fusion Apply”, “Fusion Apply UI”, and “Fusion Apply Rules”.
  • You may not want to enable “Fusion Grid Tools” if you not planning to do custom grid development.
  • After that you will click “Save configuration”
  • And then you will go to theme administration page.

    • In the event that you are using a pre-made Fusion theme, you will need to click its “Enabled and set default” link under the theme.
    • But in case you are not using a pre-made Fusion theme, you will need to click the “Set default” link next to the Fusion Starter theme
  • After that you will scroll to the bottom of the page and then click “Save configuration”.

Regards,

Carl

 

Answered By 564945 points N/A #133700

Having problem applying fusion themes for Drupal 7.

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Once Drupal has been installed, the next thing you probably want to do is to customize the way it looks. Installing a theme on Drupal is very basic. To install a new theme to Drupal, first, download a new theme package from Drupal Themes Download and Extend.

Take note that themes are compatible only to its intended Drupal version. For example, version 5.x themes don’t work on Drupal 6.x and vice versa. So, before downloading a theme make sure it is the right version for your Drupal. Next, if the theme package provides any install or readme files, read it first to know if it requires additional steps.

Next, upload the contents of the theme package to a new directory or folder in the “themes” directory in your Drupal site. In Drupal 5.x, 6.x, and 7.x, you put your themes in “/sites/all/themes/yourThemeName”. Next, click “administer” and then “themes” to enable or activate the new theme. Drupal should auto-detect the existence of the new theme. Lastly, edit your user preferences and then select the new theme.

If you wish to make it the default theme for all users, check “default” in the themes administration page. And that’s it.

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