Modifying Greek Yogurt
Thanks for any help.
Once you've copied your theme, you'll need to install it and activate it as if it was a new theme. It should look identical, except now you can edit the css and html without the fear of a full system update blowing away changes you've made to it. Concrete5 only updates the /concrete folder and nothing ele.
Check out this guide:
are saying that all the changes I have made so far - like header
changes and adding content - will not change when I move the files and
that I can go back if I goof up?
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From: "concrete5 Community" <[email protected]>
To: [email protected]
Sent: 2/26/2012 6:17:26 PM
Subject: Modifying Greek Yogurt : Themes
Of course when you do something you're not sure about, it's always a good idea to back up your site first... but your actual content is only really stored in two places:
- The database
- The /files folder
Everything else is just the code to work out how to process and display things.
If things don't work right, all you would have to do is change the theme back by enabling Greek Yogurt in the themes section of the dashboard. You wouldn't even need to remove your 'new' theme.
It's no different then changing to one of the built-in themes really. Have you tried doing that? Enable Dark Chocolate or something, then change back.