|Component:||- Domain Theme|
I enabled Domain Theme and now can upload logos as well as customize other settings. However, how can I let the administrator for a particular domain do this himself?
In the permissions, I first enabled 'administor themes' to test to see if this would allow me to do that. When I went to the page of an individual domain, as expected, 'appearance' is now in the admin bar. When I try to configure the settings for the domain, it recognizes that I am trying to edit the default drupal settings rather than those controlled by Domain Theme and I get the following warning:
This form submits changes to your default configuration and may need to be entered from tourismbuilder.com. You may submit changes to the current domain at admin/structure/domain/view/6/theme/tb/theme-settings.
When I click that link I get access denied of course as this level of administrator cannot have access to the global domain settings.
Given that that link actually exists and each site has a unique view number, it feels like there is a setting I am missing somewhere, almost like there should be a new permission 'Administor domain theme.'
If so, where is this located?