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Australia says

So I have some time this week, and thought I would check out Concrete5

I am a ( via FTP and Sublime guy ) so all this front end fiddling about is new and alien to me.

But, I cannot for the life of me find how to actually create a theme / template fromscratch in the concrete5 demos, they all seem to be for front end editing.

Is there a correct method, for creating a theme from scratch, any pointers appreciated.

I assumed I could create some base css, php files and plonk them in a (theme name ) theme folder, upload via ftp and switch themes. However, not sure on the theme folder structure, so again any pointers appreciated.

Also what is the go with the really weird url scrtucture, like somesite.com/index.php/about

Cheers Ste

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squaredWeb says

About two weeks ago there was a free training stream from one of the concrete5 guys. He uploaded it to youtube, although i didnt watch it yet it sounds like a good starting point:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSIciQKN-D0&feature=youtu.be
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Australia says

thankyou squaredWeb will check it out.

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