Theme Builder is designed to not get in the way of content authoring - it changes the way your site looks without requiring any changes to the content.
There are, however, a few things you can take advantage of as content authors...
A well-designed theme layout will make your content look super-clean and easy to read.
Which theme would you rather use for your content?
Internet Explorer 5.5 and above can display PNG (Portable Network Graphic) images, however prior to version 7 any transparent regions would be replaced with a pale blue background. Theme Builder fixes this issue, allowing you to safely use PNG images in your content.
You can change the theme layout on a page-by-page basis - perfect for creating unique space home pages.
Create links to almost any Confluence feature and external URLs with the ability to specify targets, access keys, classes, relationships, etc. There are also over 800 icons (each in both GIF and PNG format - over 1,600 icons in total) that can be used anywhere in your content.
You can move content from your pages in to the theme layout panels such as sidebars, headers and footers.
You can add menus in to your own content, ideal for creating small software simulations.
A special menulink macro location allows you to convert the currently viewed mail message from the Space mail archive in to an editable wiki page.
Render content from another page or space in the context of the current page - ideal for creating context-sensitive boilerplate content or navigation that can be re-used anywhere in the wiki. Related Tutorial...
Show and hide blocks of content based on labels, page title, metadata, user group, privileges, etc.