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From version 1.7, moodle will support changing the location which themes are stored in and used with the theme selector.
 
From version 1.7, moodle will support changing the location which themes are stored in and used with the theme selector.
  
More information about the content of a typical theme directory/folder can be found in [[Theme_basics#What_is_inside_a_theme_folder.3F|Theme basics]]
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== Change themes default directory for site ==
 
== Change themes default directory for site ==
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== Theme directory for Developers ==
 
== Theme directory for Developers ==
  
Developers should follow the [[Development:Theme directory guide]]
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Developers should follow the [[Theme directory guide]]
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Revision as of 01:32, 23 June 2011

In the standard Moodle distribution, all themes are placed in the theme/ directory.

From version 1.7, moodle will support changing the location which themes are stored in and used with the theme selector.

More information about the content of a typical theme directory/folder can be found in Theme basics

Change themes default directory for site

Template:Moodle 1.7 Starting from Moodle 1.7, the storage location of themes may be altered, using the variables $CFG->themewww and $CFG->themedir. Themes from placed in the directory specified by these variables will then be available for selection using the theme selector.

For example, should you wish to place themes in a subdirectory called 'my_moodle_themes', your config.php might look like this:

$CFG->wwwroot   = 'http://my.moodle.site.edu';
$CFG->dirroot   = '/var/www/my.moodle.site.edu/public_html';
$CFG->themewww  = $CFG->wwwroot . '/my_moodle_themes';
$CFG->themedir  = $CFG->dirroot . '/my_moodle_themes';

Theme directory for Developers

Developers should follow the Theme directory guide

See Also