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I tried drush disable theme-name and afterwards drush enable theme-name, but it didn't work.

How do you change theme with Drush?

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Commands to be used in theme using drush :

theme-enable        => pm-enable
theme-disable       => pm-disable
theme-info          => pm-info
theme-list          => pm-list --type=theme
theme-list-enabled  => pm-list --type=theme --status=enabled
theme-set-default   => vset theme_default
theme-set-admin     => vset admin_theme
theme-status        => status theme
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    This only applies to Drupal 6 and 7. – gogowitsch Oct 3 '17 at 11:04
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    I didn't find this worked, I had to then also do this: drush vset theme_default THEMENAME and because I had errors relating to my theme not being active, I couldn't access the set default through the admin pages (article I read here: pixelthis.gr/blog/drush-enable-theme-and-set-default) – ja_him Sep 18 '18 at 15:07
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For Drush 9.5.2 and Drupal 8.6.5 I use the following:

drush theme:uninstall THEME_MACHINE_NAME
drush theme:enable THEME_MACHINE_NAME
drush config-set system.theme default THEME_MACHINE_NAME
  • This should have more upvotes. You're the only one that answered the question. – Christia Apr 28 at 8:51
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With Drush 7 and 8, it is no longer necessary to be so verbose. If you want to enable a theme use the alias:

drush en your-theme-name
drush dis your-theme-name

For example:

drush en seven
drush dis bartik

You may want to clear your caches after enabling or disabling themes. For more information please see: DrushCommands.com

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    For a theme, it is usually not enough to just enable it. You also have to set it as a default. In Drupal 8, the command is this: drush config-set system.theme default NAME_OF_YOUR_THEME – gogowitsch Oct 3 '17 at 11:04
  • The question is how to change the theme. If there is already a default, you can't change it until you can set another one as default, and this does not answer that. – Christia Apr 28 at 8:49
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drush dis or drush disable is not valid in Drupal 8 anymoreb And it's equivalents in Drupal 8 is

drush pm-unistall THEME_MACHINE_NAME
drush pm-unistall MODULE_MACHINE_NAME
  • This won't work on a theme set as default. – Christia Apr 28 at 8:52

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