I have a website application which is deployed to different clients. I can sort of customize logos, colours, etc. deploying different versions of the images and stylesheets, but all the html layout is the same for everybody. I use Themes for this.
I now have a new client that wants significant changes to the layout, although the functionality is the same. I want to keep old clients with their existing layout, and thought about trying to create a new theme to allocate the new layout for this new client.
For example, the website contains a search option with a textbox and a search button. These are surrounded by a more or less complex html table with rows for logos, menues, etc. The new client wants the same search functionality, but the table surrounding this textbox and search button is very different from the one I currently have (more rows, different columns, etc.).
My question is, how can I have 2 different html layouts for the same item? Can Themes be used for this?
Alternative solution I'm thinking is having a Multiview control and change the view based on the theme, but this sounds crap, is there a better way?
Many many thanks
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