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authorechoz2013-08-10 20:30:11 (GMT)
committerechoz2013-08-10 20:30:11 (GMT)
commit1ddb5b176c5cc8806c26fc904840becbcd75715f (patch)
tree7142d29b460ee2a3daf87fca73519e77331e3c9a
parentd2f5c3ef4365566b6f9abeaaa2bf4fc43a0d9fc0 (diff)
Issue #2062301 by Arelav and echoz: update STARTERKIT/README.txt to reflect renaming changes.
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diff --git a/STARTERKIT/README.txt b/STARTERKIT/README.txt
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--- a/STARTERKIT/README.txt
+++ b/STARTERKIT/README.txt
@@ -61,19 +61,19 @@ installed in sites/all/themes/, but any valid theme directory is acceptable
3. Choose your preferred page layout method or grid system.
By default your new sub-theme is using a responsive layout. If you want a
- fixed layout for your theme, delete the unneeded responsive-sidebars and
- responsive-sidebars-rtl css/sass files and edit your sub-theme's styles.css
- or styles.scss file and replace the reference to responsive-sidebars with
- fixed-width.
+ fixed layout for your theme, delete the unneeded "responsive" and
+ "responsive-rtl" css/sass files and edit your sub-theme's styles.css
+ or styles.scss file and replace the reference to "responsive" with
+ "fixed".
For example, edit foo/sass/styles.scss and change this line:
- @import "layouts/responsive-sidebars";
+ @import "layouts/responsive";
to:
- @import "layouts/fixed-width";
+ @import "layouts/fixed";
Alternatively, if you are more familiar with a different CSS layout method,
such as GridSetApp or 960.gs, etc., you can replace the
- "layouts/responsive-sidebars" line in your styles.scss file with a line
+ "layouts/responsive" line in your styles.scss file with a line
pointing at your choice of layout CSS file.
Then, visit your site's Appearance page at admin/appearance to refresh