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I have applied customized theme in my client company SharePoint portal. Now, i need that the
site theme link in the Main Page site setting be hide, so that any person despite what access they have cannot change the theme. Is there any way for me to do that? I have look at SharePoint Designer 2007 and locate the directory, but
it not available. I want to hide, not to remove, so that in future if there any theme changes, i can do it without problem creating back the link or what so ever.
Thanks a bunch!
I'm searching for a web part (or some code easy to implement) that allow to change site theme everytime I click on a link. For example, suppose that I've three colored circles: Red, Blue and Brown. If I click on the red one, I'll obtain the Red theme
site; if I select the Blue one, I'll obtain the Blue theme site, and so on. Basically, I need something to personalize look and feel of my site depending on users preferences.
Thanks in advance.
i want to give each user to set there own theme , in a site and when they login again on the given site they should found there own theme for there login only.
so for each user can set there own theme and when ever he / she login again they should see there theme , in the site.
thanks and regards
I have created my site and themed it properly.
But when I hit on the My Content, it preserves the old theme!!
Can anyone please let me know how to set the theme for My Content in the My Site for all the users?
Thanks in Advance....
I've been working on customizing some Sharepoint 2010 Team sites and have read through many helpful articles on how to create and edit custom themes. The most consistent method is to create a base theme in Powerpoint which I've done.
I then install this THMX file in the themes library and apply it to my pages which seems to work as expected. The one inconsistency with what these articles say and what is happening on my end is that there is no numbered directory created in the "_themes"
directory when I view All Files. These articles explain that this directory is created every time you apply a theme to your site so you can further edit the images and CSS associated with the theme. All I see in this "_themes" directory is "Custom.thmx, CustomPreview.thxm."
Is there some site setting or permissions issue I should look into to have this directory available to me?
I am just trying to change the color of the site. when I click apply, i get this error.
issues with Microsoft SharePoint Foundation.
Correlation ID: 6164e755-f413-4e3b-a79b-be7bf7739f42
Date and Time: 11/23/2010 1:18:20 PM
Any help will be greatly appreciated