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How can I save the website theme the way it is?

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How can I save the website theme the way it is?  so if I mess up menus etc  I can reload  a theme so it looks the same?

everytime I use setup wizard it adds extra menus etc that I dont want.
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Hi,

There are a number of issues here.

To start with, it's not really intended that the Setup Wizard is run more than once. It's designed as a quick start to getting a site configured, but it does not actually do anything that can not be done by other means.

If you're wanting to change the blocks you use on your front page (I'm just guessing that this is why you are rerunning the Setup Wizard), then you can do that by clicking 'Edit page' at the bottom of it when viewing it. You either type in code manually, or you can use the blocker help which is buried beneath the 'Add block' icon.

I think rather than 'menus' you mean 'panels'. These aren't actually part of the theme. Each individual panel is a page with a special name, and the theme decides how to put them all together to make the overall page layout.

It is possible to backup a theme manually (although I must reiterate my last paragraph) - to do it, backup the themes/<your-theme-name> directory.
However, given that different parts of a ocPortal site are controlled by different mechanisms, it makes sense to do a full backup. I usually suggest just using the backup feature of your web hosting control panel.


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