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Hello Guys, can I use Internationalization module for automatic translation with your template?

Thanks a lot Salvatore

jota_themes

Hello,

Yes for sure you can use i18N module and translation. Everything is using content types and views and is translatable.

Also any strings are using t() function to allow you to translate them.

If you have any doubt on some things let me know.

Best regards, Joao Garin

Successiv Purchased

Hi

I know this is probably not a problem with the theme. But I hope you can help anyway – I’ve created a sub-theme bur when I’m trying to change settings for the sub theme I get this “Fatal error: Call to undefined function baiuca_settings_form_submit() in /home/www/ ...domain… /includes/form.inc on line 1513

regards jan

Default-user

well – in short i copied the .info into my subtheme folder and made Baiuca the base theme. How would you do it if it was something you would consider doning in an update of your theme?

jota_themes

You copied the .info file into your subtheme? You should have your own .info file you don’t have to copy from the baiuca theme. And then of course you do need to set the base theme for Baiuca but that is really the only thing you need. you did not copy theme-settings or template.php files right. Your subtheme should be pretty much empty.

Regarding your question it really depends on what you intend to change on the theme. If you are going to change it drastically I would suggest make a subtheme (if you want to change template files etc). If its just some minor changes you can always add a custom stylesheet to it. and just make sure when doing an update you don’t replace the .info file or if you do you can add the stylesheet again manually.

Default-user

my .info file sets baiuca as base theme , and define regions nothing more. template.php and theme-settings.php has been deleted. I allways use sub themes no matter how few changes i make. this way i don’t accidently override my changes

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