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 Tutorials  Mamba  07-Oct-2014 13:47  4  6415 reads
Tony Rod has published an excellent video tutorial about "Adapting HTML and CSS Templates to XOOPS":





This is what he writes in his blog:

XOOPS has always been known for being a powerful and flexible CMS, however despite this, the creation of my own themes without relying on already available themes for XOOPS was always of interest to me, especially since the available themes were very similar with the same structure.

That's why a few years ago I challenged myself to learn how a template works in XOOPS and what is needed to develop a different theme that suits my needs and above all, has a unique design .

I finally found the answer and that is why now I share what I've learned over the years using XOOPS, and hopefully it will help all those who want a unique and different design without having to worry about whether they are doing it the right or wrong way when adapting the template to XOOPS.

Basically this tutorial is divided into four sections which are:

- Introduction and basics of templates in XOOPS
- Process of adapting a template in HTML to XOOPS
- Multiple templates on our site using Defacer
- Adding blocks manually by ID

The tutorial is designed in such a way that you can follow step by step the whole process from the adaptation of the template to the finished product. To make it easier for you, I am providing the course material so you can do the necessary tests. This material can be found on the download section of downloads or by clicking here.

I hope this tutorial is helpful to start designing your own templates and will inspire those who want to improve the content of their websites.

I will answer all your questions and / or comments in the comments section of this publication.


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