Edit Themes


The “Edit” tab in the “Themes” window allows you to edit your theme’s HTML coding.

If you want to base your website off of a default Church360° Unite theme, you must clone the theme first and then make changes to it.

To clone your theme,

  1. Once you have selected your theme, click “Themes” on the admin bar.
  2. Select the “Advanced” tab on the left side of the window.
  3. Click “Clone ”
  4. Type in the name of the new theme.
  5. Click “Create ”.
  6. A window will appear notifying you that your theme is being copied (this process may take a few seconds). Once the copying is complete, you will be taken back to the last page you were on.
  7. Click “Themes” on the admin bar and select the “Advanced” tab to edit your cloned theme.

Note: Once you have made the following changes you will now be able to customize your site. If you make a change that causes your site to display incorrectly, you can always delete the changes.

In the “Edit” tab, you can edit the HTML/ CSS files related to your selected theme. You should only edit HTML/CSS if you have a solid understanding of coding.

Resources—contains information related to your site. These resources include the following:

  • Assets—contains images related to your theme.
  • Images—contains default images that the theme uses.
  • Javascripts—contains javascript related to your selected theme.
  • Stylesheets—contains the CSS file related to your selected theme. Changes can be made here.
  • Default.theme—contains HTML code for your theme. Changes can be made here.
  • Theme.description—displays basic information about your selected theme
  • Thumbnail.png—default image of your theme

Upload Files—used to upload or delete CSS files or Javascript.

Note: The file types / names will vary depending on which theme you are using