Problem/Motivation

Right now contrib is probably going to ship with Classy-like templates, but this kind of breaks things for people using Stable/core.

Proposed resolution

Discuss. Maybe we can provide a way for contrib to (optionally) provide two sets of markup/CSS or similar.

Remaining tasks

TBD

User interface changes

TBD

API changes

TBD, would only be additions if any.

Data model changes

Should be none.

Comments

Cottser created an issue. See original summary.

Cottser’s picture

Title: Add the ability for contrib modules to differentiate markup/CSS/etc. for Classy vs. Stable » Discuss if/how contrib modules can differentiate markup/CSS/etc. for Classy vs. Stable
sqndr’s picture

This is an interesting issue, and one of the things I've been breaking my head around for a while. Subscribing.

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