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Hi,

I have successfully created a child theme off the default 1.5.5.0 prestashop theme and achieved some good leve of customisation.

 

I was wondering how to overide CSS rules that are not in the css subfolder of the child theme. eg: supefish-modified.css. Do I copy this file to the child theme and tweak it?

 

In addition, the default theme is a three column design and i need to convert it to a two column. I wish to know which folder to hack to achieve this.

 

Finally, I can't seem to figure out how to change the default images in the main slider on the home page.

 

If there is any documentation on this, kindly suggest them to me as I have reviewed  the documentation here: http://doc.prestashop.com/display/PS15/Creating+your+own+theme, but I did not see any clues there.

 

Thanks to all

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Finally, I can't seem to figure out how to change the default images in the main slider on the home page.

to modify image in slider you have to configure module homeslider under modules tab in back office (just serach for homeslider and configure it) - there is no other way unfortunately.

 

 

 

In addition, the default theme is a three column design and i need to convert it to a two column. I wish to know which folder to hack to achieve this.

this tutorial will be helpfull: two columns prestashop template modification

 

 

 

 

I was wondering how to overide CSS rules that are not in the css subfolder of the child theme. eg: supefish-modified.css. Do I copy this file to the child theme and tweak it?

read this: http://doc.prestashop.com/display/PS15/Overriding+default+behaviors

 

it mean that you will have to move superfish-modified file to themes/YOUR_THEME/css/modules/blocktopmenu 

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hello

 

glad to hear that i could help you a little in these cases, anyway, if you have any additional quesions related to your questions - feel free to continue discussion

 

with regards,

Milos

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