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Changing a template that the Framework Builder uses

Thread began 7/03/2013 11:57 am by sandy170299 | Last modified 7/03/2013 1:50 pm by sandy170299 | 508 views | 2 replies |

sandy170299

Changing a template that the Framework Builder uses

Scenario: Let's say I created a Dreamweaver Template, and created a Framework Builder Theme from this template. I then created a page called about-us.php. What if I then created a totally different and new template, created a Framework Builder Theme from this template, and wanted to apply this new theme to the about-us.php page instead of the current theme. Can this easily be done? I thought I could simply apply a theme from a list of available themes, but I don't see a way to do that...??? Hope this question makes sense. Thanks!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Open the server behaviors panel, and select the Theme server behavior, then click the minus button to remove it.

Now go to Modify -> Tempaltes -> Detach template.

This will remove the them and template.

you can then attach the new template to the page, Modify -> Templates -> Apply Template. Then add the Theme WebAssist -> Framework builder -> Themes -> Apply Theme

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sandy170299

Perfect. Thank you!

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