The use of themes makes Drupal exceptionally flexible when it comes to working with the site's interface. Because the functionality of the site is by and large decoupled from the presentation of the site, it is quite easy to chop and change the look, without having to worry about affecting the functionality. This is obviously a very useful feature because it frees you up to experiment, knowing that if worst comes to worst, you can reset the default settings and start from scratch.

You can think of a theme as a mask for your site that can be modified in order to achieve virtually any design criteria. Of course, different themes have widely varying attributes, so it is important to find the theme that most closely resembles what you ...

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