In Sitefinity CMS themes are part of the Web Forms and hybrid page templates. You can set custom colors, images, and styles for the different layout templates.

NOTE: Themes do not apply to pure MVC page templates. 

The following is a simple scheme of a theme’s folder content:

NOTE: Folder Global is mandatory. If the folder is missing it is not possible to register or load the theme.

NOTE: You can place your theme files in the root folder (~/App_Themes/ThemeName) as it is in ASP.NET convention, but all of your CSS files will be loaded no matter in which folder they are placed (Global, Styles, CSS etc.)

For more information about custom themes and templates, see Tutorial: Style your website with custom themes and templates.

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