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pt-br:Administrar Rede - Temas

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Network Admin → Themes

The Network Admin Themes Screen controls which themes are available to Site administrators in their Administration > Appearance > Themes Screen. Network Administrators must install the themes in the wp-content/themes folder for the themes to be available. Themes can also be selectively activated for individual Sites in the Theme Info section when Editing a site via Administration > Network Admin > Sites.

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Back to Network Admin or Administration Screens.

Network Themes

Table of Themes

This table lists all of your categories by row. Categories are displayed hierarchically and alphabetically by the folder name used for storing that theme in the wp-contents/themes folder.

The table of themes contains the following columns:

  • Enable - Whether this theme is enabled for use by Site Administrators. Radio buttons of Yes or No. Set to Yes to make the available to Site administrators in their Administration > Appearance > Themes Screen.
  • Theme – The name of the theme as defined by the theme author.
  • Version - The current version of the theme as defined by the theme author.
  • Description - A description of the theme as described by the theme author.
Total
Themes installed and themes enabled.

Apply Changes

Click the Apply Changes button to ensure any changes you have made to your Settings are saved to your database. Once you click the button, a confirmation text box will appear at the top of the page telling you your settings have been saved.

Default Theme

When new sites are created via Administration > Network Admin > Sites, the WordPress Twenty Fifteen theme will be set as the active (default) theme. If a different active (default) theme is desired, edit the wp-config.php and add the WP_DEFAULT_THEME constant definition to the file. For example to make the WordPress Classic Theme the default theme put this in wp-config.php:

define('WP_DEFAULT_THEME', 'classic');

If you do remove the WordPress Twenty Fifteen theme then you need to define a new default theme with the WP_DEFAULT_THEME constant. Disabling a theme in the Network Admin Themes Screen does not prevent that theme being used by a site. It only prevents the theme being listed in the available themes list when selecting a new/different theme.

See also Administration Screens and Network Admin.


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