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The theme is configured from a single configuration screen...
The details on this page are specific to Builder 1.6.0. If you are using Builder 1.5.x, please refer to Theme Configuration 1.5.x.
In order to configure the theme:
Once the theme is in use, you can access the configuration screen at any time by choosing Theme Config from the Edit > Administration menu:
The configuration screen contains the following options (from top to bottom)...
This setting defines which page within a space should be used as the homepage for the space
and defaults to Home:
If you have set an alternate page to be the homepage for the space, simply enter the title of that page in the space provided.
You can use these options to tailor the design and operation of the menu to your exact needs.
Should you experience any performance issues (eg. menus loading slowly), you can use these settings for Performance Tuning.
(Upgraded in Builder 1.6!) This panel allows you to set various Page Settings that affect all pages within the space:
Please note that if you want to use PNG icons in the menus, you must enable PNG alpha-transparency support.
To learn how to create your own custom menus, please see Menus.
This section allows you to define style sheets to be injected in to all pages within the space:
For more information on setting custom style sheets, please see our tutorial on CSS Custom Styles.
This section allows you to define the contents of the footer that appears at the bottom of all pages within the space:
For more information on customising the footer, please see our tutorial on the Custom Footer.
When you have finished making changes, click the Save button.
Some versions of Confluence do not properly back-up the theme configuration. You should always make manual copies of your theme configuration by copying and pasting the various settings in to a text document or a page within Confluence. If you copy the settings in to a page within , enclose them in the Confluence noformat macro to ensure they don't get misinterpreted as wikimarkup.