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  1. Sam
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    21 Jan 2008
    07 Oct 2008
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    Does anyone know if there a way to apply a different template and/or theme to an entire site, without editing each page to change the template?

    Thanks!
  2. Pepi
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    09 Oct 2008
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    Hi Sam,

    I would suggest you use Pages API and set the page themes/templates programatically. Here is a simple example:

               CmsManager manager = new CmsManager(); 
            IList pages = manager.GetPages(); 
            
            for (int i = 0; i < pages.Count; i++) 
            { 
                // Gets the current page    
                ICmsPage currentPage = (ICmsPage)pages[i]; 
     
                if (currentPage.PageType == CmsPageType.Normal) 
                { 
                    // Gets the Staged version of the page 
                    ICmsPage page = (ICmsPage)manager.GetPage(currentPage.ID, true); 
     
                    // Checks-out the Staged version of the page    
                    IStagedPage staged = page.Staged.CheckOut(); 
     
                    // Gets the template with a name "default" and sets it for the page   
                    IPageTemplate template = manager.GetTemplate("default"); 
                    staged.SetTemplate(template.ID, "Orange with left sidebar");  
     
                    // Gets the staged page for a specific version and checks-in   
                    staged = manager.GetPage(page.ID, true).GetVersion(staged.Version); 
                    staged.CheckIn(); 
     
                    // Publishes the page    
                    page = (ICmsPage)manager.GetPage(page.ID, true); 
                    page.Publish(); 
                } 
            } 

    Do let us know if you need any further assistance.


    Greetings,
    Pepi
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