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How to Build Magento Themes

Course Summary

Enno Stuurman is a highly-experienced Magento developer and trainer. In this new class, he breaks down everything you need to know about building custom Magento 2 themes. The class starts by taking a look at the default Luma theme. After learning about the structure of Luma, you'll use that knowledge to build your own unique theme. Enno covers Knockout.js, Require.js, Grunt, LESS and all the other tools you need to master Magento theming.


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    Course Syllabus


    Introduction

    Introduction to Magento Themes and Luma

    Starting the Theme

    Creating a Custom Magento Theme

    Customizing a Magento Theme

    Changing the Theme Logo and Favicon

    Frontend Layout

    Editing the Output in Magento Themes

    Page Layouts in Magento Themes

    Moving Elements Inside the Theme Layout

    Customizing the Product Page

    Controlling the MiniCart Layout with KnockoutJS

    CSS in Magento Themes

    Understanding CSS in Magento Themes

    Overriding and Extending Magento Theme CSS

    How to Install Grunt for Compiling Magento CSS

    Changing Your Theme Style With Overrides

    Javascript and Deployment

    Javascript in Magento 2 Themes

    Deploying Magento 2 Themes to Production

    Magento Themes Quiz


Course Fee:
USD 7

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Development & Implementations , Networks & IT Infrastructure and E-Commerce Community

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