||From here you can see all your saved themes, import or export themes to back up, share, and
transfer themes to/from other instances (typically, test instances), or select from
a list of predefined
|Fonts and Colors
||Sets the font of all text. You can customize the color of the text for links,
hovers, meta text, and so on.
|Branding and Decoration
||Sets the community's width, favicon, background color and image, and border
style. Be aware that if you set your Background Attachment to "Fixed," depending on
the image's size and width, browser scrolling may be slow.
|Advanced: Header and Navigation Style
||You can choose from the following options:
- Reduced (default for new instances; upgraded instances retain their existing
- Includes a thin navigation bar, no header, small logo, and limited options
for the other configurable items of the user interface. The thin navigation bar
stays pinned to the top when a user scrolls any page in the application. You
don't need to know any CSS or HTML to use this option.
- Includes a full navigation bar, header, large logo, and more options than
Reduced for the other configurable items of the user interface.
- Enables you to customize the HTML and CSS of the header (and optionally, the
footer). You can even choose to hide the header.
||You can upload images to your theme to use in custom headers and footers. These images reside in your Jive instance as part of the theme, are accessible from the Internet to anyone who knows the URL, and can be imported and exported with the theme. If a theme is deleted, its associated uploaded images are also deleted, so the best practice when creating themes is only to link to images uploaded to the current theme.
|Advanced: Custom Links
||You can create custom
links on the main navigation bar. You don't need to know any CSS or HTML to
use this option.
|Advanced: Advanced Theming
||In addition, you can create your own custom
themes with Freemarker or Soy. However, there are substantial upgrade risks when
doing so. Jive Software strongly recommends using only the Customize Your Site
theming interface to avoid upgrade risks. The documentation for Freemarker and Soy
theme development starts