I’m really trying to do the best I can to learn and apply. I’m not a developer/programmer, I’m an end user. (I tried to show that I had done 1, 2, & 3. I’m also 68 and don’t learn quite as quickly as I used to.)
Thanks for the additional links.
OK re. “inheriting” vs “copying” - they sound very similar to me so I’ll have to parse that some before the difference is clear enough to me.
Grav has been developed with developers in mind. Admin has been added later as an add-on, to facilitate editing pages and simple config changes by less skilled users. If a user requires more changes than provided by Admin and theme, a basic set of skill and conceptual knowledge will be required.
I plan to go far beyond a Web site but chose to start relatively simply.
I have started just pasting the ad script into each page but saw a learning opportunity in discovering how to automate that process in the theme.
8,700 people in our university town will now become aware of grav. Some will be developers in the GSU computer and engineering program.
At this point all I can suggest, is to make your own theme by inheriting Quark. I advice CLI to do this. Then read a Cookbook recipe how to extend base template. When you get to the point where your inherited theme works with your extended base template, I believe you will know how to add the script