Fusion installation instructions (Drupal 6)
Step 3, continued
- If you’re using a pre-made Fusion theme, check its “Enabled” box and the Default radio button next to this theme
- If you’re not using a pre-made Fusion theme and will be building your own, instead click the Default radio button next to the Fusion Starter theme
Give yourself permission to access Skinr’s controls.
If you’re not the site’s “superadministrator” (that is, the person holding the first account created when you installed Drupal), you (or someone with sufficient permissions) need to explicitly allow you to use Skinr’s features. Go to the user permissions page (e.g. http://www.example.com/admin/user/permissions), scroll down to the “skinr module” section, and check all boxes under your user role.
Warning: All users with this role will get permission to access Skinr’s controls and change the look of your site! If necessary, create a separate user role first on the user roles page (e.g. http://www.example.com/admin/user/roles). Visit drupal.org for more help with user roles.
That’s it! You’re now ready to configure your Fusion theme!