Apply a theme to the entire public website

To apply a theme to the entire website, you set it as a default frontend theme. You can still apply a different theme to a specific page or page template.
  1. Go to Sitefinity’s backend (http://<yoursite>/sitefinity)
  2. In the main menu, click Administration » Settings.
    The Basic Settings page appears.
  3. To open all setting, click Advanced.
    The Settings page appears.
  4. In the left menu click Appearance.
  5. In DefaultFrontendTheme field, enter the name of the theme.
    You must have Register a theme.
    This theme is applied to all templates that do not have an explicitly applied theme.

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