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Project "Themekey"
The purpose of this documentation is to show how to use Themekey (an optional module for Drupal). You can use multiple page templates (themes in Drupal) in your website so that a specific theme is used in certain conditions. For example, you could use one theme for the main page of your website, another theme for a blogs page and yet another page for a shopping cart.

  1. After you install Themekey (unzip and upload into the modules folder of Drupal) the first thing that you will want to do is activate the themes (or page templates) that you want to use on your website.
  2. Go to "Home > Administer > Site building > Themes".

  1. Now specify the conditions that will trigger one of the other themes (page templates) to be used on your website.
  2. Go to "Home > Administer > Site configuration > Themekey".
  3. From the screenshot you can see that when the URL contains specific strings, then a specific theme is used. With a little extra work, you can be more elaborate.
  4. Note: If you have trouble seeing the administrative pages of Drupal after working with themes, you can always do the following (provided you have a default system theme set that is not one you have been modifying):
    Go to: (to login)
    Go to: (to get to the administrative pages of Drupal)
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