Drupal theme hacking - creating a sub-theme

In a previous blog post I introduced the basics of how Drupal themes work. Let's dig a bit deeper and create our own sub-theme. What you need, is a working Drupal environment and at least one custom theme installed in sites/all/themes. During this tutorial I will create a sub-theme for the Colourise theme. If you want to use a different starting theme, the explanation below should still apply (apart from the name of the parent theme).

Mashing up Drupal themes Colourise and Acquia Slate

Today I started mashing up the Acquia Slate theme with the Colourise theme and managed to port the Acquia slate implementation of taxonomy terms into Colourise. In addition I implemented a configurable theme registry rebuild flag and added a configurable taxonomy term separator into the theme:

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