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How to set different themes for each store?

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    Magento comes with many features and uses for online store owners. One of the most useful features of Magento is its ability to make multiple stores with the same backend installation. This is made possible by allowing numerous storefronts to share common code base and backend, making administration of stores much more manageable.

    Stores can share customer base, products catalog, and settings based on how you decide to configure them as well as keeping the same or different theme(s) as well. Check out the below article to see how you should set up multiple stores using a Magento admin.

    How To Setup Multiple Stores On Magento

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    Magento multi-store is far easier if your facilitating plan utilizes cPanel.
    Plesk does things to some degree any other way and can be all the more fiddly
    however in case you're searching for a completely fledged multi-store condition
    in Magento where diverse stores can look distinctively and take steps to various
    spaces altogether and your server is outfitted with Parallels Plesk,
    at that point this is for you

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    You can change your subject per store from Administration - > Configuration - > Settings - > General Settings. You should choose the store you need to change the topic for from the Multi-store design dropdown that is found just underneath the title of the page (upper left piece of the page).
    From that point forward, you should check the checkbox that is on the left half of the Default Store Theme setting. On the off chance that this checkbox is checked this setting will be superseded for the store chose in the Multi-store setup dropdown.
    Presently all you would need to do is pick the topic for the store.

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    There are three different ways you can set up numerous topics. The primary choice enables you to set an alternate subject for your site's landing page. Essentially pick a subject from the dropdown menu and snap on the spare all progressions catch. The second choice is to give a full URL, utilize a URL prefix, or an Asterisk in URL.

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    There are three ways you can set up multiple themes. The first option allows you to set a different theme for your site's homepage. Simply choose a theme from the dropdown menu and click on the save all changes button. The second option is to provide a full URL, use a URL prefix, or an Asterisk in URL.

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