Release status: stable
|Description||Allows using themes of skins|
|Author(s)|| Ryan Schmidt|
|License|| Public domain|
(the main PHP file is PD-licensed, while some of the actual theme files may not be)
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The Theme extension allows loading of themes (preset CSS to change the appearance of a skin). Users can determine their preferred theme by configuring this in their preferences. The
$wgDefaultTheme variable can be used to control what theme is being used site-wide, and the
usetheme=X parameter is accepted on a request to change the theme on a per-pageload basis.
- Download and place the file(s) in a directory called
- Add the following code at the bottom of your LocalSettings.php:
wfLoadExtension( 'Theme' );
- Done - Navigate to Special:Version on your wiki to verify that the extension is successfully installed.
$wgDefaultTheme controls which theme is displayed by default when users visit your wiki.
- For MonoBook
- For Vector
To add a new theme for a core skin (such as Modern or Vector), create a directory called skinname (i.e. vector) under
$IP/extensions/Theme, place the CSS file(s) there and register the new theme in
Theme/extension.json file, under
To add a new theme for a custom skin, register a module for each theme in the skin's main setup file. The naming convention is themeloader.skins.skinname-in-lowercase.themename-in-lowercase; for example, the module name of the AutumnLeaf theme for the BlueCloud skin would be themeloader.skins.bluecloud.autumnleaf.