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Themes are used to control the visual style of your sites. Themes can be shared and reused across many sites in a project, and you can also create "child" themes which inherit parts of another theme.

Themes are a core concept of WordPress, the underlying implementation of the CMS module. For further documentation, consult the WordPress theme documentation.

See the first theme guide for more information on creating new themes.

Default theme

When a new site is created, a "default" theme is activated. Out of the box, this is set to the base starter theme included with Altis, but this can be changed by setting the default-theme option. This should be set to the directory name of the theme.

	"extra": {
		"altis": {
			"modules": {
				"cms": {
					"default-theme": "twentynineteen"