Drupal Bootstrap Documentation

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The official documentation site for the Drupal Bootstrap base theme

The majority of this site is automatically generated from source files located through out the project's repository. Topics are extracted from Markdown files and the rest is extracted from embedded PHP comments.


Topics

Below are some topics to help get you started using the Drupal Bootstrap base theme. They are ordered based on the level one typically progresses while using a base theme like this.

Contributing

Getting Started

Theme Settings

Sub-Theming

Utilities

Theme Registry

Project Maintainers


Terminology

The term "bootstrap" can be used excessively through out this project's documentation. For clarity, we will always attempt to use this word verbosely in one of the following ways:

When referring to files inside the Drupal Bootstrap project directory, they will always start with ./sites/all/themes/bootstrap and continue to specify the full path to the file or directory inside it. The dot (.) is representative of your Drupal installation's DOCROOT folder. For example, the file that is responsible for displaying the text on this page is located at ./sites/all/themes/bootstrap/docs/README.md.

When referring to files inside a sub-theme, they will always start with ./sites/all/themes/THEMENAME/, where THEMENAME is the machine name of your sub-theme. They will continue to specify the full path to the file or directory inside it. For example, the primary file Drupal uses to determine if a theme exists is: ./sites/all/themes/THEMENAME/THEMENAME.info.

NOTE: It is common practice to place projects found on Drupal.org inside a sub-folder named contrib and custom/site-specific code inside a custom folder. If your site is set up this way, please adjust all paths accordingly (i.e. ./sites/all/themes/contrib/bootstrap and ./sites/all/themes/custom/THEMENAME). If you have a multi-site setup, you will need to replace the all portion of the path with the appropriate site name (i.e. ./sites/example.com/themes/contrib/bootstrap).