The practice of defining how your site will look and feel.
Theme design (or "theming") is the practice of developing a theme for your Confluence site with Brikit Theme Press.
When you develop a theme, you can make decisions about:
You can also make decisions about the appearance, sizing, positioning, and/or styling of the following:
- Space or site banners
- The Confluence Header
- The Confluence Page Tools Menu
- The page canvas
- A page's header area, including any Theme Press header content
- The Confluence search box
- The Simple Toolbar
- Menus created from architect pages
- A page's title area, including how page titles appear in layouts that include them
- Page creation and modification date information
- Content layers
- Content columns
- Content blocks
- Tabs of tabbed blocks
- Expander block triggers
- Blocks configured to "spin"
- Page label display and "like" interface, plus the surrounding area that encapsulates both
- Page comments and their surrounding area
- A page's footer area, including footer content and block design
Theming also allows you to control the look and feel of the following macros:
Any of the above can be configured in the Theme Designer by any member of a user group that has been granted permission to access the Theme tab in the Theme Press Control Panel.