Sub theme AT Commerce

I want to have all my customisations in a sub theme of AT Commerce for manageability (I saw that I could add my customisations to styles.custom.css but I prefer to keep a separate folder structure). However, try as I might I can't seem to inherit everything from AT Commerce (in fact, I inherit very little if anything at all!).

Can anyone help? I want all the colour set ups, fonts, etc I've set up for AT Commerce to be inherited and then any css class changes I want to be in my sub-theme's files.


Posted: Feb 28, 2012


PedroKTFC on March 3, 2012

Just thought I'd try this once more. I've looked at the guidelines I could find on the web for creating a sub-theme and have followed them to the letter. I've included my "naked" mytheme.info file which I would expect would give me the same look as the way I've configured my AT Commerce theme but it doesn't. For example, if I've got AT commerce with a black background, by simply making this sub-theme the default the background is the default. Does this mean I can't sub-theme AT Commerce?


PedroKTFC on April 5, 2012

In the grand tradition of replying to one's own threads, here's another! :o)

I recently came across footheme (https://drupal.org/project/footheme) by accident which answered my question! I hadn't realised you couldn't sub-theme AT Commerce in the usual way but instead had to sub it via footheme.

I'll be interested to see what happens when I upgrade AT Commerce and how much of my sub-theming remains.