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A theme is a preset package containing graphical appearance details, used to customize the look and feel of (typically) an operating system, widget set or window manager. Graphics themes for individual applications are often referred to as skins, and the words are often used equivalently, the primary difference being one of scope.

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All of the classes and markup on the masterpages has changed from 2007 to 2010. You'll need to look at your CSS for your theme as it pertains to the new markup and adjust it accordingly. …
answered Apr 6 '11 by Eric Alexander
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Themes can be created in PowerPoint, exported, and imported into Sharepoint. This will allow you to create styles, color palletes and fonts appropriate to your organization's style guides.
answered Jun 1 '11 by Eric Alexander
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The general guidance from the PnP group is no, there are other supported approaches to do the desired customizations without modifying the master page. That being said, they say if you are going to …
answered Jul 23 '15 by Eric Alexander
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There are third party tools, like Axceler ControlPoint that give this type of functionality. Their methodology is to use event receivers to detect these types of changes and to block them. Being in a …
answered Oct 26 '12 by Eric Alexander
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which is visible to all users, authenticated and anon. Purely anecdotal. And here's some TechNet information to back it up. If you apply a theme to a SharePoint Foundation 2010 site, anonymous … users who browse the site will see only the default theme. To make the selected theme appear for all users, you must add a link in the master page to the generated .css file. …
answered Nov 14 '11 by Eric Alexander
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You only think they're (modern libraries) horrible because you can't customize them like you want. They have a lot of great functionality built into them that makes file management and usability very …
answered Feb 15 '17 by Eric Alexander