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I am new to odoo, know only how to create and update modules and apps but have no idea about theming my modules
I have create my own app from scratch (depends on base only) and now I need to customize its look, something like changing colors, fonts and menus positions and behavior, all I have found while searching is to create a module based on website module and customize it, and frankly I have no idea how my module will get the changes I can made on the theme module?
I need step by step tutorial about this which is suite to what I know in Odoo
Follow link will helps you about the Theme documentation of Odoo.
Look how it is done by other modules using the HTML Editor in the website builder, there you can see and also edit the qweb code. And how you build a website with Odoo is explained here: https://www.odoo.com/documentation/9.0/howtos/website.html
Actually it is my first contribution in the forum, and I can't comment or even edit my question and after Jignesh answer I have a comment on so I found this way the only way to say it,
I read the official doc but still wonder how to get my normal menus and its elements represented in the website? does the snippets will? how?
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|Asked: 4/17/16, 9:52 AM|
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|Last updated: 4/19/16, 4:48 PM|