As we have pointed out previously,
theme.php must be there in order for a theme to work. There are no prescribed functions that must exist in the
vmTheme class though. You can just simply inherit (or extend, in terms of PHP) from the
vmTemplate class without adding any extra code, if that fits your needs.
default theme, the
theme.php file contains a few lines of initialization code before actually defining the
vmTheme class. There are four additional functions defined in the class. The following screenshot shows the major elements in this PHP file:
The initialization code is placed before the