Are you the type of person that likes to stand out from the rest of the crowd? I know I do 🙂 One of the great things about Confluence is the flexibility and control it gives you over its look and feel. Earlier this week, Jimmy Lundström from RefinedWiki, wrote a guest post about how you can turn your Confluence wiki into into an Intranet with their Confluence theme plugin. Your options for skinning your wiki and making it stand out from the rest of the crowd don’t stop there, start discovering amazing custom wiki themes from the Atlassian Marketplace today!

Colour schemes, customs stylesheets and themes

You’ve got a pretty good set of options right out of the box, from making simple changes like changing the colour scheme, applying a custom stylesheet to a space, or even installing a custom theme. You can do all of this at both the space and global level.

Third-party options

A lot of our customers have completely customised the look and feel of their Confluence sites. Many of them have used Adaptavist’s free Theme Builder Plugin. Below is an example of a Confluence site created using the Theme Builder. Yes, that is Confluence!

Other customers have worked with Atlassian partners that specialise in creating custom Confluence sites.

Check out the look that CustomWare created for Adobe’s Document Services site.

There are many, many more live examples.

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We’ve documented all your options for skinning your Confluence wiki, guess what, using Confluence itself with the slick Documentation Theme.

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