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Themes allow you to personalise the 'look and feel' of Confluence. You can apply a theme to your entire Confluence site and to individual spaces. Choose a specific theme if you want to add new functionality or significantly alter the appearance of Confluence.

Confluence comes with a selection of themes. In addition, a site administrator can install new themes as plugins via the Confluence Administration Console. Provided that the theme is installed into your Confluence site, any space administrator can apply a theme to a space.

By default when you create a new space, the space will have the Confluence default theme.

To apply a theme to a space:
  1. Go to the 'Space Admin' tab of the Browse Space view. To do this:

    • Go to a page in the space, open the 'Browse' menu and select 'Space Admin'.
      (info) 'Space Admin' is displayed only if you are a space administrator for that space or you are a Confluence system administrator.

  2. Click 'Themes' in the left-hand panel under the heading 'Look and Feel'. This will bring up a new screen showing all available themes. See screenshot below.
  3. Click a radio button to select a theme.
  4. Click 'Confirm'.

Screenshot above: Applying a theme

RELATED TOPICS

Applying a Theme to a Site
Editing a Space's Colour Scheme
Customising Look and Feel

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