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I Install Magento 2, It works Fine but Under the app/design/Frontend/Magento/ Getting Null. Unable to find Default Theme Structure. So Anyone can Help me what was the problem? Any Kind of help Appreciated.

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By Default magento 2 have Luma Active Theme and its parent theme name is magento blank theme.

To find the default theme strcture of Luma Theme follow this path : YourmagentoDirectory/Vendor/Magento/theme-frontend-luma

Same way for blank theme follow this path : YourmagentoDirectory/Vendor/Magento/theme-frontend-blank

app/design/Frontend/Magento is used for overriding the theme or if you want to create your custom theme then you need to put your theme files in this directory So by Default its Null.

Refer this link for create custom theme and theme structure details - http://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.0/frontend-dev-guide/themes/theme-structure.html

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  • under this path YourmagentoDirectory/Vendor/Magento/ I can not find any folders like theme-frontend-luma and theme-frontend-blank . so what was the problem Mar 14, 2017 at 6:55
  • which version you have installed ? also from where you have download m2 ? Mar 14, 2017 at 7:00
  • Download From: https://magento.com/tech-resources/download And Version : Magento ver. 2.0.2 Mar 14, 2017 at 7:26
  • This is the first version of magento 2 which include all core modules in /app/code/ folder but after that Magento released new version which has lots of changes, even in structure. Magento 2.1 : all core modules moved to vendor directory. - Mar 14, 2017 at 8:10
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Magento built-in themes can be located under vendor/magento/theme-frontend-<theme_code> when a Magento instance is deployed from the Composer repository.

Storefront themes are conventionally located under app/design/frontend/<Vendor>/ so if you want to override or create a new theme you can start from here.

Look Into magento documentation for more details

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