If you choose a theme for a specific space and then change your mind - how can you revert the space to use the global site theme? I've looked at the documentation and can only find instructions on how to define a theme for a space - not how to undo this action.
Would be very grateful for any ideas.
Thanks for the very speedy reply. I'm sorry that my question wasn't very clear.
I am aware of the Space Admin>Themes page. However, as far as I can tell, all you can do is change to a different theme. I want to remove all space-level theme definition so that any future changes to the Global site theme will take effect in this space too. I'm using the Documentation theme and don't want to have to remember to make changes to the header/footer etc. in every space.
Is simply clearing the header/footer boxes in the space enough? Or will that override the site definition for the header/footer?
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