The Pagedip Theme Tool is used to publish themes.
pagedip-theme publish <options>
Publish as a Theme or Directly to a Pagedip? 🤔
If you publish as a theme, it will become available in the Pagedip Writeroom to all users who have access to the account that the theme is published to. Publishing as a theme is the best option when you want the theme to be available for multiple Pagedips or available to multiple users.
Publishing directly to a Pagedip is the best option when the theme is being built specifically for one Pagedip. The theme will not become available in the theme chooser's list.
Publishing as a Theme
To publish to a theme, include
--handle with the theme's handle:
pagedip-theme publish \
--apiUrl https://pagedip.com/api \
Note: After re-publishing a theme, any Pagedips that want the updated changes will need to have the theme re-selected and updated.
Publishing Directly to a Pagedip
To publish directly to a Pagedip, include
--pagedip and the Pagedip's handle:
$ pagedip-theme publish --apiUrl https://USERNAME:PASSWORD@pagedip.com/api --pagedip pagedip-handle
The Pagedip API's URL. This is required. If not providing an authentication token, be sure to include your credentials.
pdt publish --apiUrl https://username:email@example.com/api
The owner of the theme or Pagedip to publish to. Defaults to the user's credentials that you are authenticated with. This is only necessary if you want to publish to a different user from which you signed into the API with.
The theme's handle. Required if you are publishing to theme.
The handle of the Pagedip to publish to. Providing a Pagedip will publish the theme directly to the Pagedip rather than publishing to a theme.
An authentication token, can be used in place of username and password.