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Introduction ============ To apply any of these themes, in site setup: - Install "Diazo theme support" under Add-on - Select "Sunburst Theme" as Default themes under Themes To apply the ..., in site setup: - Enable "... (...)" under Diazo themes Upgrading ========= To upgrade the contained themes to the latest version, use the ``upgrade.sh`` script in this directory:: ./upgrade.sh 2.3.2 where the first argument is the version to upgrade to. This script will download the relevant archive, unpack it, and replace the stored CSS files. After this, add a change note, and use git to commit and push the updates. Please note the upgrade script will not create any new themes that might have been added on Bootswatch. Similarly, any themes that may happen to have been removed will not be updated. Notes ===== * Because of the way that Bootswatch themes operate with icons (relative URLs, expecting icons to live next to the CSS), the relative paths have been modified accordingly. By default, they look like this:: ../img/glyphicons-halflings.png which refers to "the ``img`` folder next to my parent folder". For a resource like ``++theme++spacelab/css/bootstrap.min.css`` this ends up attempting to resolve to ``++theme++spacelab/img/glyphicons-halflings.png``. In Plone, because the Bootstrap ``img`` folder is kept separate under a different theme resource path, this relative URL fails. At present, a solution has been to adjust these relative URLs inside each theme to look like:: ../../++theme++bootstrap-framework/img/glyphicons-halflings.png This works for the test cases (standard install; virtual hosted; both development and production modes), but is somewhat brittle in the fact the same directory structure must be maintained for this theme, and for the Bootstrap resources. The ``upgrade.sh`` script performs this adjustment accordingly. A more bullet-proof solution is welcomed, if possible. Note that using an absolute path (being a ``/`` at the start of the path) is not workable since Plone sites can be virtual hosted on different paths.