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390372b4 1Themes
2======
3
4To create a theme, it is very simple. Just go into the themes/ directory
5and create a file called yourtheme_theme.php. You then need to create an
6array with 12 elements (0-11). Below is an example followed by a
7description of what the different entries are for.
8
9---<START>---
10<?php
11
12 # My Theme
13 # Author: My Name
14 # Date: Today's Date
15 #
16 # Optional description
17
18 $color[0] = "#xxxxxx";
19 $color[1] = "#xxxxxx";
20 $color[2] = "#xxxxxx";
21 $color[3] = "#xxxxxx";
22 $color[4] = "#xxxxxx";
23 $color[5] = "#xxxxxx";
24 $color[6] = "#xxxxxx";
25 $color[7] = "#xxxxxx";
26 $color[8] = "#xxxxxx";
27 $color[9] = "#xxxxxx";
28 $color[10] = "#xxxxxx";
29 $color[11] = "#xxxxxx";
30
31?>
32---<END>---
33
34And here is a description of what the different entries in the array
35are color of:
36
37 0: Title Bar at the top of the page header
38 1: <not currently used>
39 2: Error messages (usually red)
40 3: Left folder list background color
41 4: Normal background color
42 5: Header of the message index (From, Date, Subject)
43 6: Normal text on the left folder list
44 7: Links in the right frame
45 8: Normal text (usually black)
46 9: Darker version of #0
47 10: Darker version of #9
48 11: Special folders color (Inbox, Trash, Sent)
49
50Next all you have to do is run conf.pl and add the theme to the list
51of themes available to you. If you would like your theme to be
52included in the distribution of SquirrelMail, just email it to
53<luke@squirrelmail.org> and I will review it.