In Drupal 7, using a different theme on each page is easy, but what I could really use in this particular case is 2 themes on the same page.

Let's say I want to use Rubik theme for all page sections (menu, etc.) except 'content' section, where I'd like to use Stark theme.

Is this possible at all? If it is, how?

  • No, you can only have one active theme for a single page build as far as I know – Clive Apr 4 '13 at 12:28
  • The only other way I can think of is take the css you like from both themes and merge them into a new template. – user12342 Apr 4 '13 at 12:51

Thanks Clive and Cromian for your input. Guess its not possible to actually use 2 different themes on the same page.

The simplest solution I found is to use one theme, then add 2nd ones css using drupal_add_css function. Then hope 2 CSS don't interfere too much and it's good enough without HTML part of the theme.

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