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Set Drupal New Themes in PHP

Posted by Vinod Kumar Articles | PHP February 12, 2013
I am going to describe how to set Drupal new themes in PHP.
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Introduction

I describe how to set new Drupal themes in PHP. I would like to change our new themes in Drupal so I open the administrator settings and then the "side building" setting.  I will choose the "themes" option and then click on themes. Then open a new window. This window provides the settings for new themes. In the window, six themes already exist. These themes provide the Drupal setup such as Bluemarine, Chameleon, Garland, Marvin, Minnelli, and Pushbutton that you can choose, or you can download new themes to use in your application. Such as:

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In Drupal, six themes are already available and the Garland theme is already set as the default theme. If you want to use something else instead of these Drupal builtin themes then you can download new themes from "http://www.dropal.org/" depending on your requirements or needs.

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And since the downloaded themes are put in your Drupal themes folder, refresh your browser. After refreshing the browser you can see the new downloaded themes in your themes folder. The following image shows the new downloaded "Danland" and "Danblog" themes.

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You can choose one of these themes and then click on save configuration and refresh your Drupal home page such as I am choosing the Danland theme and then I press save configuration.

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This is your old theme.

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And this is your new theme. 

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