Where to Go From Here
Throughout the Theme Developer's Guide, you've learned how to integrate your custom theme and layouts into Mura, in an update-safe way. You've also learned how to customize the output of some areas of Mura and its functionality, such as creating a custom 404 page, custom error page, and customizing Mura's web editor.
As a developer, you may be left with the feeling of wanting to know more than was covered here. If that's the case, then please continue by visiting our Mura Developer Guide. There, you'll learn about Mura's rendering process, and how you can inject your own logic and display code. You'll also learn how to create custom content types, as well as how to build your own Mura plugin.
We hope you choose to learn more about Mura, and build upon the work of the many other developers who came before you. Your feedback is important to us, and we sincerely appreciate you letting us know what you think. Don't hesitate to contact us, and while you're at it, let us know if you have any suggestions for making your experience with Mura even better.