In short, no. We want each theme to be separate. There are a lot of reasons for this, but the primary one is simplicity. It makes themes easier to review, separates code concerns more clearly, reduces code bloat, and allows for updates to specific versions without bothering customers that are using alternative versions.
Articles in this section
- Before you build a theme...
- Most common issues with theme submissions.
- How should I extend Bootstrap to build a theme?
- What browsers do I need to support?
- What should my end result .zip download look like?
- How should I name classes and components?
- Should I use lots of utilities or more custom classes?
- Can I use external libraries?
- Any tips for the design of my theme?
- Can my theme be based on Bootstrap but have a CMS backend? (Wordpress, Magento, etc).