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Has anybody dealt with integrating boiler plate themes in magento? Here are some links:
- waterlee-boilerplate
- magento boilerplate

I've installed comapass, sass, converted css to scss, wrote custom layout and template files in app/design/frontend, but it didn't work. Help me.

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Hi Checked your code on git hub,

I see the two folder

app
skin

Copy whole folder to you theme root folders.

if all done the Refresh your cache.

No Set the Theme in backend .

Step 1 : login into your Magento admin Panel.

Step 2 : Go to System >> Configuration >> General >> Desig.

Step 3 : Open First Tab Set Package. Enter your theme name same as "waterlee-boilerplate"

Step 4 : Save your configuration.

Step 5 : Now you can see your theme on site.

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  • I did that.... What I am trying is writing my own custom theme, maybe something like this, themeforest.net/item/offbeat-responsive-multipurpose-theme/….... – brainReader Jun 28 '14 at 8:56
  • good :) ........... – Keyul Shah Jun 28 '14 at 8:57
  • Should I write custom layout and template codes? Or should I copy them from base folder and modify them? – brainReader Jun 28 '14 at 8:59
  • no don't do that don't copy in base folder – Keyul Shah Jun 28 '14 at 9:08
  • Copy the template files that you need to customise from your base to your theme folder... – user1704524 Jun 28 '14 at 9:09

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