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There are currently three themes in slash/themes:
slashcode slashcode.com useperl
Official docs for themes from docs/HOWTO-Themes.pod
HOWTO-Themes - How to write and use Slash themes =head1 QUESTIONS =head2 What is a theme? A theme is a website design. It can have some functionality to it (for example, the slashcode theme is a weblog). Functionality, though, is normally split into seperate plugins. =head2 How do I get my theme into the install system? There are two ways to do this. First, you can put it in the themes directory with the distribution. During the install it will be copied to the themes directory (by default, F</usr/local/slash/themes/>. The second option is to copy it in there yourself. The directory layout is very important with themes. The install expects to find a sql directory with a mysql and postgresql directory in it. It expects a templates directory with templates in it and finally it expects an htdocs directory. It copies files directly from htdocs to the install's directory. Look at the slashcode theme as an example. =head2 What does my theme need to make it work with the install? Just the directory structure explained above. Right now there is no THEME file like there is a PLUGIN file for PLUGINS. Expect this to change at some point in the future. =head2 I have a really cool theme and I would like to see it added to the Slash distribution. Will you distributed mine? Maybe. We don't have any rules concerning this at the moment, so it will be on a case by case basis. At some point in the future we will come up with a much better answer.