Creating a sub-theme
It is imperative that you create a sub-theme to allow Zurb Foundation to apply any updates to your theme.
If you haven't already, please visit the Drupal.org Community documentation page regarding creating a subtheme.
There are two ways of creating a subtheme: drush and manually. We highly recommend the drush route as it's easy, quick and avoids errors.
Below, you'll find Zurb Foundation specific directions on how to create a sub-theme.
Creating a sub-theme with Drush
Creating a sub-theme with Drush can be done by executing the following command:
drush fst [name] [machine_name !OPTIONAL] [description !OPTIONAL]
Manually Creating a sub-theme for Zurb Foundation
1. Setup the location for your new sub-theme.
Copy the STARTER folder out of the zurb_foundation/ folder and rename it to
be your new sub-theme. IMPORTANT: The name of your sub-theme must start with
an alphabetic character and can only contain lowercase letters, numbers and
For example, copy the sites/all/themes/zurb_foundation/STARTER folder and
rename it as sites/all/themes/foo.
Why? Each theme should reside in its own folder. To make it easier to