Since you have duplicated the Theme, perhaps your images should go in the banners folder? But just going by your images, I actually have NO idea where you are in your folder structure…
To properly duplicate a theme, you must first duplicate it at the source. Open Finder, Choose Applications, Rick-click on RapidWeaver 6.app and choose Show Package Contents.
Navigate to where the image shows below to find the source theme (Path shown at bottom of image)
You can duplicate your Theme here by right clicking it and choose duplicate, give it a unique name.
Now, in the duplicated Theme, right click and choose Show Package Contents and insert your images that overwrite the default Theme images in the images folder as per the image below (Please note that I did not duplicate the Theme, but this is how you do it…)
- You may have to restart RapidWeaver for it to see the duplicated Theme properly.
Now you can build your site out using the customized Theme when you set it as the Project Theme inside RW.
- Now, with all that being said, it is not suggested that you ever duplicate a Theme, but instead use your resources or another method of inserting custom images into the Theme. The reason is that when a Theme is updated you will lose all changes that you overwrote in the Theme Package and if you have duplicated the Theme, the Theme update will not get updated to the current version that may include important fixes…
Hope that helps