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How can I work on new theme / not messing up current theme?


 
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Old Jun 5, 2012, 08:47 PM
RedCairo
 
7 posts · Jul 2009
Help How can I work on new theme / not messing up current theme?

I've agree to remake a friend's blog and since I use this Atahualpa awesome-est-theme-ever for all my other personal blogs I'm going to use it for his. But I need to leave his current theme untouched until it's ready. How can I do this? I can't figure out how to preview a theme without having first having selected it for the blog and it's going to take quite a bit of time and previewing, if my experience using the themes on my other sites is any indicator. There's got to be a way, right? Something I just don't know about yet? Would appreciate any advice.

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PJ
 

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