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I wanted to make some customizations to the "Seven" administration theme, so I started by installing the "Blossom" sub theme of Seven found here: http://drupal.org/project/blossom-admin .

This worked fine. So then I copied /sites/all/themes/blossom-admin and named it /sites/all/themes/myadmin

In the .info file for myamin, I changed

name = Blossom
description = Drupal Gardens administration theme.

to

name = myadmin
destription = my description of this theme

And just to be safe, I also renamed any files that had the "blossom" name to "myadmin" in both the .info file and to the actual files themselves. (Like renamed blossom.css to myadmin.css)

Now when I go to the Drupal admin and select myadmin as the administration theme, it works, but includes my main navigation and a footer region content at the top of the theme. Does anyone know why this would happen to a straight copy of the blossom theme which worked fine?

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Did you rename all the functions in the template.php file as well? These need to start with your theme name ;-)

  • I did that now, but I'm still getting other problems, like this error showing up everywhere: Notice: Undefined variable: breadcrumb in include() . And when I make a change to the style sheet, it doesn't affect the appearance. – Ben Nov 18 '11 at 12:59
  • I think I'm going to start over fresh, copying the original "Seven" theme and going off that one. Is copying and renaming the template.php file a requirement when making a sub-theme? I was under the impression that I only need to keep the files that I need to change, which in my case are just the .css files and of course the .info files. – Ben Nov 18 '11 at 13:04
  • yes, otherwise the theme overrides are not applied to that theme. Make sure you install the devel module and enable that the theme is being rebuilt for every call - cleares caches so changes to the theme are seen instantly. – tecjam Nov 20 '11 at 11:49

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