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5 5  {{toc/}}
6 6  )))
7 7  
8 -= XWiki Skins =
9 9  
9 += What is a XWiki Skin used for? =
10 10  
11 -== What is a XWiki Skin used for? ==
12 -
13 13  A XWiki Skin is used to customize the interface of a XWiki Enterprise instance.
14 14  
15 15  
16 -== What are the components that define a XWiki Skin? ==
14 += What are the components that define a XWiki Skin? =
17 17  
18 18  A XWiki Skin is composed of:
19 19  
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24 24  
25 25   All these components are stored on the server that hosts the XWiki Enterprise instance, inside the webapps/xwiki/ folder. Each XWiki skin has its own directory.
26 26  
27 -== How to change the Skin ==
25 += The default XWiki Skins =
28 28  
29 -=== The default XWiki Skins ===
30 -
31 31  A XWiki Enterprise instance contains several skins by default (See the [[Extensions wiki>>extensions:Main.WebHome]]), such as:
32 32  
33 33  * The [[Albatross>>extensions:Extension.Albatross Skin]] Skin
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35 35  * The [[Colibri>>extensions:Extension.Colibri Skin]] Skin
36 36  * Other skins. The full list of XWiki Skins that are included in your XWiki Enterprise instance can be found on the server filesystem, inside the webapps/xwiki/skins folder
37 37  
38 -=== The usage level for a XWiki Skin ===
34 += The usage level for a XWiki Skin =
39 39  
40 40  A Skin can be used at different levels:
41 41  * For the entire XWiki Enterprise instance. If there is no Skin set other levels, the pages will use the global instance Skin )
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43 43  * For a specific user. It has a higher priority then the space level Skin. For more details click [[here>>Features.Skins#HChangingtheSkinforauser]]
44 44  * For other custom levels that can be created by modifying the Velocity templates from inside the Skin (for example, a Skin can be set for a specific page, for a specific group of users and so on )
45 45  
46 -
47 -=== Changing the Skin ===
48 48  
43 +
44 +== Changing the Skin ==
45 +
49 49  {{warning}}To change the Skin, the user must have administrating rights. In the case that you have these rights, make sure that you switch to the Advanced mode in your profile, to enable the advanced options on the top main menu.{{/warning}}
50 50  
51 51  
52 -==== How to preview a Skin applied on a page ====
49 +=== How to preview a Skin applied on a page ===
53 53  
54 54  To check how a page looks on changing the Skin, you can add a parameter named skin to the page URL. For example, to preview the wiki main page on using the Toucan Skin, use the following URL: http://localhost:8080/xwiki/bin/view/Main/WebHome/?skin=toucan . If you want to preview the page on using a Skin document named MySpace.MySkinDoc, use the following URL: http://localhost:8080/xwiki/bin/view/Main/WebHome/?skin=MySpace.MySkinDoc .
55 55  
56 56  
57 -==== Changing the Skin at instance level ====
54 +=== Changing the Skin at instance level ===
58 58  
59 59  Each XWiki Enterprise instance contains a document Skin Document that stores the Skin for the instance. To find out which document is used to store the current Skin, the user has to follow these steps:
60 60  
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77 77  * Your settings will be applied and the theme should change accordingly.
78 78  
79 79  
80 -==== Changing the Skin at space level ====
77 +=== Changing the Skin at space level ===
81 81  
82 82  A XWiki space can use it's own Skin. For example, if you want to set as Skin for the space Main as being the Albatross Skin, follow these steps:
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105 105  * Now, all the pages inside the wiki will have the (% class="sectionblockcodecolored"%)toucan(%%) Skin applied on them for that user.
106 106  
107 107  
108 -== More about XWiki Skins ==
105 += More about XWiki Skins =
109 109  
110 110  In order to find more about XWiki Skins, check the [[Skins Tutorial>>DevGuide.Skins]] from inside the Developer Guide and the [[Skins Tutorial>>Features.Skins]] from inside the User Guide
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