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++Add the ``site_variables`` context processor to your ``TEMPLATE_CONTEXT_PROCESSORS`` setting in your Django
++Set any theme-specific variables in your settings file. See the :ref:`themes` documentation for more details.
++Themes provide a way to modify the look and feel of an engineer-based site without creating a bunch of templates
++yourself. You will have to create *some* templates, but themes handle a lot of the manual work for you, allowing
++You might also choose to :ref:`create your own theme` leveraging the theme infrastructure provided in engineer, or you
++In order to customize the theme, you'll need to create templates in the ``engineer`` directory in your project's
++template directory. Each theme comes with a set of base templates that you can extend to add your own content.
++These templates will expose a number of blocks that can be overridden in your own templates in the typical Django
++way. While most themes will expose a number of different blocks, these are standard across all themes: