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BlogA Simples Theme
21 February 2012 | |Tweet
Although it was not destined to win the SilverStripe theme contest, I thought it would be a shame if this theme was forgotten, so here it is in all it's glory and fully compatible with SS 2.x for everyone to use as they please!Continue reading...
15 October 2010 | | | Supports v2.4Tweet
2.4 has introduced the SiteConfig, which by default allows the user to switch themes - if they exist.
It's incredibly useful to have this functionality built-in now, but for those that only have one theme for a site, it's a bit of unnecessary clutter. Here is how to remove it by using a decoratorContinue reading...
26 March 2009 | | | Supports v2.4, v2.3Tweet
In this tutorial we are going to create a SilverStripe theme from a static template. While completing this tutorial, you will build a good foundation for using the SilverStripe templating language and be able to create themes with dynamic menus and content areas.Continue reading...
TutorialsCreate a front end theme switcher
17 August 2009 | | | Supports v2.3Tweet
So you wanna make a demo site for your customers to show all your template skills in one site. A simple theme switcher can come in handy. It's quite easy to implement this.
First add two new functions to your Page_Controller class:Continue reading...
21 December 2009 | |Tweet
When I develop SilverStripe sites, I usually get functionality working in the default theme blackcandy before getting it working in the final templates. This way, authors can start adding content and seeing how it looks on the page, and I can get early feedback about the functionality. Also, as a developer I get to see real content in the browser early in the process. So does the designer.Continue reading...