We’ve released our new theme and color picker, making it easier than ever to style your wiki. We know that our users love having the freedom to style their wikis, so we kept the flexibility but simplified the process. With our new theme and color picker, you can:
- Select themes and colors together
- Try on our pre-made color palettes
- Preview and customize your look
Why did we make these changes?
A wiki’s look is determined by both its theme and its colors, so why pick those independently from one another? We realized that themes and colors belong together on the same page, where they can be changed at the same time.
We wanted to give you even more style options, so we added pre-made color palettes. Do you like our Tatami theme, but hate the color green? It may be much more attractive in blue, teal, yellow, orange, red, or black.
Finally, we added the ability to preview both themes and colors, so you can try looks out without commitment. Try on Boxy in blue, Glass in green, Tatami in teal! We’ve also made it even easier to play around with your colors; you can preview, preview, preview until you’ve got the perfect look.
How to style your wiki
To use our new theme and color picker, go to “Manage Wiki,” then “Look and Feel,” and finally “Themes and Colors.” Here, click on theme thumbnails to see larger screenshots and available color palettes. Once you find a theme and color palette you might like, click on the color swatch, and hit “Preview” to try it out.
If you’d like to customize your colors, you can — our color picker is still around! To use it, pick the theme you want by selecting its thumbnail, then hit “Preview and Customize.” Once you’re happy with your look, hit “Apply” to keep it.