Like defined in every CMS, HarmonyCMS provide to the end user a theming management system. Themes are supported by LiipThemeBundle. This bundle provides to the end user the possibility to use a theme to change the look of his website. On top of this bundle, HarmonyThemeBundle has been developed to pre-define the path where themes are stored, list available themes and set a current active theme. Coupled with HarmonyAdminBundle, it's now easy for the end user to change the current active theme and even change settings for the activated theme.
In HarmonyCMS, a theme is represented the same way has a Symfony Bundle. Themes are automatically installed by the HarmonyFlex tool in the themes directory, at the root of the user Harmony's project.
By example, if you want to install the acme demo theme, you just need to execute the next command:
composer require harmony/acme-theme
Themes used in your applications will be enabled in the
<?phpreturn [App\Acme\TestTheme\AcmeTestTheme::class => ['all' => true],];
A theme is a set of files to change the look of a website. A valid HarmonyCMS theme is detected with the key type equals to harmony-theme from the
composer.json file. However, like Symfony Bundles, HarmonyCMS theme contain a PHP class used to be loaded during kernel boot.
Here is the list of what a theme must and can contains:
A theme must be located in the themes directory, at the root of the user Harmony's project,
A theme has is own sub-folder
vendor/name, in the main themes folder,
A theme must have a
composer.json file, used by Composer to install it, defines all of the theme’s meta information and of type: harmony-theme,
A theme must have a main class who extends the abstract class:
A theme must have a preview image file, named preview, in the path:
/assets/images/preview.jpg (extensions supported are: jpg, jpeg, png, gif).