Theme

Before you begin using the components, it's best to make a plan about what you want. We're going to assume that web hosting, getting a domain name, etc. has already been taken care of by your CSR and that you just have a blank webpage. Now you must decide what you want the backbone of your site to be. There are countless options, but there are three prominently used at BYU: Drupal, Wordpress, and HTML 5. For information about installing and implementing these options, click on the options below.
Drupal 7
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CMS: Drupal 7
Maintainer: BYU Web Community

These instructions will teach you how to implement the BYU Drupal Components theme on your site. It will teach you where to get the theme and how to properly configure it.

Drupal 8
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CMS: Drupal 8
Maintainer: BYU Web Community

The Drupal 8 theme is currently a beta release. Feel free to try it out as we continue to add features and documentation!

HTML 5
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CMS: HTML 5
Maintainer: BYU Web Community

How components are implemented is far more visible when you're developing sites in HTML, but it's still very easy to use.

Wordpress
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CMS: WordPress
Maintainer: BYU Web Community

These instructions will teach you how to implement the BYU WordPress Components theme on your site.

Where's My CMS?
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CMS: Helper

Can't find your CMS?

Don't panic...

If you don't see a specific theme built for your CMS, don't worry.

Drupal 7 Bootstrap
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CMS: Drupal 7
Maintainer: SAAS

Contributed by Student Academic and Advisement Services this BYU Theme matches the new design standards. Developed not only as a native Drupal theme, contributions include other compatible modules and broader tools to quickly get a great site up and running quickly.