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Unzip the downloaded theme After unzipping your theme, you’ll want to upload it to your web hosting provide.Depending upon the Theme you choose you will see at least 2 folders.
Note: Some themes include a /js folder as well.
Connect to your web host via FTP, and upload them to the root of your website.
To Activate your Theme-
Now, login to your Magento admin panel and choose System -> Configuration from the drop-down menu at the top of the page. On the left menu click on “Design”. Click on the “Themes” header to expand the section.
You will see 5 fields:
3-Skin (Images / CSS)
These fields are where you will add your theme name. The first field “Translations”, is usually kept blank unless you are using an alternate language.
Lets say we downloaded a style named Red, enter “Red” into the Templates, Skin, Layout, and Default fields and click Save Config. The name of the theme and the name you are entering in to each field will differ depending upon the theme you choose. Some themes will come with multiple colors so the fields may not all be the same name.
Now, go to the main page of your storefront, and admire your new theme,if you still looking for any Issue, you can contact us as we are one of the magento extension developers.
Thank you your reply. It is very kind. I already find this solution,but my problem is when I unzip my downloaded theme.There are seven folders.
/mg1012_template tihs one has /app
So shloul I uppload only this? Vat is the rest? for example mg1012_quickstart contains exactly the same folders as my root?I do not relly know what shoul I do all the rest the theme does not come any guide and I am just a newbe :(
wall bump. you have a skin of a magento go template, which is different from a magento community template. i think you messed up eerything in your head.