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Is it possible to use 2 different themes in the same site?

  • Avatar of Sudeep Acharya
    Sudeep Acharya
    Participant

    @sudeepacharya

    Hi Friends,

    I am inquisitive to know if I can use 2 different themes in the same website.

    I want to have content and forum both and want to use twenty eleven theme for the content part and buddypress theme for the forum.

    Is it at all possible?

    Thank you for your help in advance.

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  • Avatar of Sudeep Acharya
    Sudeep Acharya
    Participant

    @sudeepacharya

    Hey Friends,

    If I have posted the question in the wrong section.

    Please inform me if it is so.

    Regards,
    Sudeep Acharya

    Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    You could have different layouts/colors for different sections/pages of your site within one theme already.

    You could create a Twenty Eleven child theme, then install/activate BP template pack plugin and go through the Appearance > BP Compatibility process. The cool thing is that you create a header-buddypress.php (with link to own stylesheet) and a footer-buddypress.php, both with the same structure as the BP Default theme and basically you’re good to go. The two new files would cover all the BP templates transferred to your Twenty Eleven child theme.

    Avatar of ript247
    ript247
    Participant

    @ript247

    Hi I had a site wide issue and had to start from scratch, but for some reason I do not have a user profile page. I created a page but it just gives me a page. I was wondering if by adding adding a child theme will this help my problem?

    Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    @ript247 not quite sure what you mean. Your issue is not related to this topic so do start a new topic . and provide more information than what you gave above http://buddypress.org/community/groups/creating-extending/forum/

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