From the package
Immediately after purchasing the Complete Package you will be able to download a
.zip file containing all of our themes and plugins. The package folder structure is as follows:
├── patterns/ ├── plugins/ ├── snippets/ └── themes/
themes/ folder contains
.zip files with the latest version of each of our themes.
To install one or more themes:
Choose a theme from our collection and locate the corresponding
.zipfile in the package
Login to your Zendesk Guide account and click on the Customize Design icon () in the left-hand menu. This will open a page containing your current theme(s).
Click on the Add Theme button and select Import theme from the dropdown menu.
Find and select your theme and it will be imported in your Zendesk account.
Once installed, activate your theme to make it visible to your Help Center visitors.
You can always make changes to a theme using the Settings panel or through the code editor that Zendesk Guide provides, however if you are intending to make significant customizations to your theme we recommend working on the theme locally using your favorite code editor and preview changes within your instance using the Zendesk apps tools.
From the Marketplace
You can start a 14 day trial of any theme from the Zendesk Theme Marketplace. Themes that you are trialling can be viewed within the Theme Library section of the Guide Themes page. Once you’re tried a theme you must purchase it before you can use it as a live theme.
There are two theme license types:
The Standard license which doesn’t provide access to the source code and only allow preconfigured settings.
The Developer license which provides access to the theme code and the ability to customize the theme to your needs.
Due to the limitations of theme settings as a means for customizing Zendesk themes, the majority of our themes will be released under the Developer license so that customers can take advantage of our elements, utilities and patterns when customizing the appearance and functionality of their theme.