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Developing themes for a production portal
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April 12, 2013
All themes must be configured. Some themes have static content. Others have dynamic content. You can develop, package, and deploy themes in various ways.
Development and operations overview
The steps for developing themes for a production portal, includes the development of the theme components, their packaging, and their deployment to systems.
Packaging themes for deployment
You must repackage the static content as a WAR file, or an EAR file containing the WAR file when it is not possible to exchange the static content with the Operations Team as a separate compressed file.
Exporting content from the filestore
You must export content from the filestore to create your custom theme. There are different options available to export files from the portal file store.
Developing themes and skins
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