# Panel Templates
As of Redux 3.4.3+, the Redux templates have been decoupled from the core. That means that ANY developer can take the template files and override them for their own customized Redux panel.
# How's it done?
To do this is simple. First, copy the templates from
~/ReduxCore/templates/panel to a different location.
Never, ever, EVER modify ReduxCore. Always move things out of the core to make modifications.
Tell Redux where these new new files are, via the
templates_path argument. That's it!
# What if you change something?
Our templates use the same version methods of other products. If your panel is in
dev_mode a notice will be displayed in the panel
when a template file has been updated in the core.
# Won't this Change All Panels?
We built Redux so each panel may have it's own set of templates. It's all powered by the
opt_name key. Your customizations
are yours and yours aloneAs long as as keys are not shared with another panel.
# Template Files
|container.tpl.php||The template for the main panel container.|
|content.tpl.php||The template for the main content of the panel.|
|footer.tpl.php||The template for the panel footer area.|
|header.tpl.php||The template for the panel header area.|
|header_stickybar.tpl.php||The template for the header sticky bar.|
|menu_container.tpl.php||The template for the menu container of the panel.|