Create an individual theme for your Confluence and Linchpin
Choose Linchpin Theme Plugin as your Site Theme
Make sure the linchpin Theme Plugin is selected in your configuration
As an admin, click on Confluence Administration > General configuration. Under LOOK AND FEEL click on Themes and then select the Linchpin Theme Plugin as your default site theme.
Easy and quick configuration
Linchpin theme configuration
Click on >Configure< to start editing your theme. The Linchpin theme configuration page gives you a good overview of all features you can modify by using this plugin. You will be given a range of options to klick on and open the respective menu in order to get a more detailed description and see all of your choices.
Pick a dashboard
You can choose between two different dashboard modes and adjust the width of the right column of the standard Confluence dashboard.
Upload your logo
Click on the >Upload file< button and insert a logo of your choice. Then decide whether you want it to be placed on the far left or right side of your header. Furthermore, adjust the height of the header, pick a background color or upload a header background image and label your intranet.
Adapt your color
The main menu is positioned below your header and your settings in this section will not affect any other settings within Confluence. You can pick a specific color for your menu background which will have no impact on the look of your create-buttons.
Buttons can be individually configured. There are two different types of buttons: the create button which adds a page or a post and the primary buttons which are used for important actions in your intranet. Edit the button colors as well as the hover-color. In addition, you can adjust the global link color which will impact all major links.
Edit content elements
On top you find a selection of editable headlines concerning their color including the page headline. Despite the background , hover, and text color of the "back to top"-button you are also able to change the color of the various panels such as the information or warning panel.
The Linchpin sidebar comes integrated with the LTP. You can pick between two different styles and your specific corporate color for the tab background, the icons, and the active tab icon. You will find the Linchpin sidebar on the far right side of your Confluence or Linchpin home page.
Add personal links
This section is concerned with the footer at the bottom of your Confluence or Linchpin. Adjust the colors of the background, footer headline, footer link, and footer text. You can also add up to four individual links which will be anchored in your footer.
Room for more individualization
Create a space layout
Select the Space layouts configuration
The Linchpin Theme Plugin gives you the option to set and use different layouts for spaces within a single Confluence instance. (Available since Linchpin Theme Plugin v2.3.0)
Create and add new space layouts
Type in a name for your new space layout and add it to your list of existing space layouts.
Edit your space layouts
Click the "edit"-button on the right of your list of existing space layouts. Then click on an item to open the respective menu in order to get all available options, known from the global theme. Space layouts nearly provide you all features of the global theme, except for global dashboard settings and custom CSS/JS. If you need to use custom CSS/JS for a specific space, you can place it in the global theme custom CSS/JS an use the body data attribute as selector to add the code to a space.
Assign new space layouts to an existing space within your Confluence
Start browsing for existing spaces by typing in letters into the search mask. Adequate search results (spaces) will appear immediately. Pick the space you were looking for and assign the chosen space layout to the space. You can assign several spaces to a space layout.
Disable Space Layouts feature
In order to prevent creating/assigning space layouts or to improve performance of the Linchpin Theme Plugin, you can remove this feature by disabling the listed modules.
Additional Styling of Linchpin Apps
Get more out of your "Linchpin Theme Plugin" with Linchpin
In combination with our new "Linchpin Manager" add-on, Linchpin users are now able to style additional add-ons to get full control of there Theme.
Configure the drop-down & fly-out menus of the "Navigation Menu Editor" add-on right from your Linchpin Theme Plugin.
Styling cover stories of Enterprise News Bundle
Define the look & feel of the macro "cover stories" of the "Enterprise News Bundle"-add-on by pre-defining color sets for different news types. Defining color-sets for "title on color 1 & 2" make them available in the macro for frontend users.
Styling via space categories
Use space categories for category based css styling
Using space categories will now generate an unique body class for each category that can be used for additional category based css styling.
Configure Custom Landing Spaces
Define custom landing spaces for your users (Linchpin Manager required)
Set custom landing spaces for your users, based on the profile data. You can define prioritized attributes and set matching values to create custom landings spaces in a batch run. This will disable the option for users to set their own landing spaces. After login, the user will directly be forwarded to his new landing space based on his profile data.
The following actions will trigger a determination of a user's landing space:
A user's login into Confluence ( Does not work in a Single Sign-on environment)
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