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Practical Plone 3: A Beginner's Guide to Building Powerful Websites by Clayton Parker, Alex Clark

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Installing a theme product on a Plone site

Next, we will add our newly created theme to our buildout. Our theme is eggified by default, which means that it can be easily distributed. Because we are still in development, we want to put our new skeleton theme product into the src/ directory of our buildout. Next, open your buildout.cfg file, which is located in the root of your buildout, and we will modify it so that Plone can see your theme product.

Updating your buildout to recognize your theme product

Open your buildout.cfg file and make the following modifications in the develop instance, eggs, and zcml sections, based on how you answered the questions when you ran the paster recipe. In a typical buildout, this would look like:

[buildout] ... eggs ...

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