Atlassian’s improved user interface in Confluence 5 gave us the opportunity to refresh our approach to Confluence themes. We kept all the best bits from previous versions and added an improved editor, more flexible layouts, and closer integration with Atlassian’s own code. So you can be sure your Confluence site customised with ThemeBuilder will look great and work smoothly.
ThemeBuilder gives you advanced control over the layout and look of your Confluence web site. ThemeBuilder provides:
ThemeBuilder is a powerful tool with the ability to fully customise the output of your Confluence pages. To get the most out of it, we recommend that your theme is built and maintained by someone with web design or development experience, including knowledge of HTML/CSS.
ThemeBuilder is accessed through the Confluence Administration and Space Administration screens. Theme editors must have a minimum of Space Administration permissions in Confluence to be able to use ThemeBuilder.
See ThemeBuilder on Atlassian Marketplace for more details
|Confluence Version||ThemeBuilder Version||Notes|
ThemeBuilder is for Confluence 5 and above.
The information in this space is for ThemeBuilder with Confluence 5+.
Theme Builder is for Confluence 4.0 - 4.3
See Theme Builder with Confluence 4 information
|3.5 and lower||4.2.3 and lower |
See Theme Builder with Confluence 3 and lower information
Theme backups from previous versions of Theme Builder (4 and earlier) cannot be directly imported into ThemeBuilder. There are options to help you recreate a theme design in the new Skin Editor:
You can copy or write wiki markup directly into the new skin editor panels, or rebuild that markup as storage format using ThemeBuilder's macro insert/edit feature
Note that changes by Atlassian to the Confluence UI could cause some elements of a layout from previous versions to fail. You may need to redesign for ThemeBuilder and Confluence 5+.
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