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Themes provide a "skin" to completely change the look and feel of your site (or even an individual course).
  
A Moodle theme is a pre-designed user "view" (interface) that can be changed by the site administrator, teacher, or student.  While robust, it does not affect how Moodle functions, just how it looks.  Moodle comes with a standard set of themes and there is a [http://moodle.org/mod/data/view.php?id=6552  large free library] available to download.
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*[[Theme settings]]
 
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*[[Standard themes]] including information on changing your theme
==Moodle themes==
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*[[Installing a new theme]]
Themes may be [[Theme settings|selected]] at site level, course level and/or user level as long as the Moodle site has been configured to allow changes at these levels.
 
 
 
==Steps to change a theme==
 
See [[Theme_selector|Theme selector]] to see how to change your theme
 
==Themes in standard install==
 
 
 
Themes included in Moodle 2.0 are Arialist, Brick, Formal white, Fusion, Magazine, Nimble,
 
Nonzero, Overlay, Sky High, Splash.  See [[Standard themes]] for screen shots of each.
 
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
  
* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPUB_ReBPeg Installing 3rd Party Modules and Themes in Moodle video]
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* [[:dev:Themes FAQ|Themes FAQ]] developer documentation
* [[Themes FAQ]]
 
* [[:dev:Theme_development|Theme development]]
 
* [[Development: Themes 2.0]]
 
  
 
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Revision as of 10:34, 24 October 2011

Themes provide a "skin" to completely change the look and feel of your site (or even an individual course).

See also