Importing and exporting your theme and manifest file (Guide Professional) Follow

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    Shammel

    I'm trying to use ZAT locally but it says I have to first export a theme. I don't see the option to export or import. Our plan is Guide (legacy) and is currently greyed out (we can't change the plan).

    Any help is appreciated.

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    Alicia Gonzalez

    Hey Shammel! Could you share a screenshot on the options that you see?

     

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    Shammel

    Hi, Alicia. I see the new UI now. It said it would be working yesterday (11.20.2017) but it seemed to kick in today. Thanks!

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    Nicole Relyea

    Glad to hear you got things working, Shammel! 

    Also, I see that this is your first post - Welcome to the Zendesk Community! I encourage you to head over to the Welcome Thread in The Lounge to introduce yourself.

    We look forward to seeing you around the Community. Happy Zendesking!

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    Steve Morrell

    We have a new theme that we have been working on in the sandbox. It includes images in the assets.

    We have exported that theme, and imported it into production. It all works, and the assets are imported, but none of them appear in the display.

    I have tried replacing them, deleting and re-adding them, but no luck.

    Thoughts?

    Steve

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    Ryan McGrew

    Hi @Steve,

    I've followed up with a ticket so we can get things taken care of.

    Thanks!

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    tcorneliusart (Edited )

    Hi, 

    I have a two questions:

    Does a custom theme zip file need to contain the same folder structure as the Copenhagen theme? 
    Does my html syntax need to match what is used in the Copenhagen theme?

    Am I able to import my own fonts?

    Thanks

     

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    Ryan McGrew

    Hi!

    Yes, the folder structure will need to be the same for all themes.

    Not sure exactly what you mean, but the HTML of the templates, CSS and JavaScript can be completely customized you just need to use the templating language we provide

    Yes, you can use your own fonts! Just include them as an asset and use the $asset helper in CSS to use them. Here's an article on that. 

    Thanks!

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