There are some themes for Silverlight like Cosmopolitan and JetPack.
Are there any theme packs for WPF or will those Silverligth be converted to WPF in the future?
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I have a website application which is deployed to different clients. I can sort of customize logos, colours, etc. deploying different versions of the images and stylesheets, but all the html layout is the same for everybody. I use Themes for this.
I now have a new client that wants significant changes to the layout, although the functionality is the same. I want to keep old clients with their existing layout, and thought about trying to create a new theme to allocate the new layout for this new client.
For example, the website contains a search option with a textbox and a search button. These are surrounded by a more or less complex html table with rows for logos, menues, etc. The new client wants the same search functionality, but the table surrounding this textbox and search button is very different from the one I currently have (more rows, different columns, etc.).
My question is, how can I have 2 different html layouts for the same item? Can Themes be used for this?
Alternative solution I'm thinking is having a Multiview control and change the view based on the theme, but this sounds crap, is there a better way?
Many many thanks
i am not able to apply theme to a site programmatically.
i am saving the names of few themes in a list and retrieving it from the list on page load event and applying in page load event only.
but unable to apply the theme on page load , getting an error ("Updates are currently disallowed on GET requests. To allow updates on a GET, set the 'AllowUnsafeUpdates' property on SPWeb.")
and i have kept "currentWeb.AllowUnsafeUpdates =
still getting this error , please help .
here is my code:
i am not able to apply themes to a site programmatically.
code is ok , runnig but theme change is not reflecting.
here is code
I am working on Sharepoint 2010 branding for a project. I want to use the 'Construction' theme as provided by Microsoft in the following link http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=0a87658f-20b8-4dcc-ad7a-09ad22641f3a
I am able to convert the VSeWSS project using the beta upgrade tool and able to deploy the feature successfully to our Sharepoint 2010 dev site, however there is no change in the UI styles.
Please advice how to apply the 2007 themes to create the same look and feel in a Sharepoint 2010 site.
In my home page i added an Existing List(Calendar). I changed that Webpart to dhow only current Events in that calendar. Now my question is, can we add theme for that particular Webpart in the home page, if possible how? or can we change the appearance of
that list, how?
We have a requirement to lock down the themes and the master pages to all the sites and site collection in a Farm. Meaning, when we give a site collection to a user, we will apply the corporate branding. Hence, when we give a site collection to the business
users, they should not modify that. Since, we are dedicating "Site Owners"previleges they can modify the same. We want to restrict this. Another constraint is that the "Site Owners" should have all the permissions, hence, we cannot modify the permissions for
this group alone. So, we need to have another strategey by which they will not be able to modify the thmes or the master pages.
I tried these options:
1. At the Central Administration, I created a Permissoin Policy and given Deny access to Apply Themes, but, in this case even the Site Collection Administrator cannot modify the themes, also, when we change the language settings, it gives error.
2. Modified the themeweb.aspx in the layouts folder, to have:
protected override bool RequireSiteAdministrator