Themes allow you to control and design the look and feel of your Magento storefront and pages. Themes can be used to customize the colors, fonts, and graphic design of your site. Learn how to apply or switch a Magento theme.
- A server with Magento 2.2 installed.
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Apply a Magento Theme
Magento provides two default themes for you to use, Magento Blank and Magento Luma. If you wish to use a custom Magento theme, follow the theme's installation instructions.
Log in to the Magento admin area. Click Content.
In the Design section, click Configuration.
Click the edit button in the row next the store to manage your settings. For this example we will apply a theme to the Default store view.
Select the new theme from the Applied Theme drop-down menu. If you have installed a custom theme, it will appear on this menu.
Click Save Configuration to apply and save the new theme.
If you have enabled caching, you may need to clear the cache before changes take effect. Click System > Tools: Cache Management.
Click Flush Magento Cache to clear the cache.