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Themes in SharePoint 2013

Steve Peschka. Sr. Principal Architect. Microsoft . Corporation. Theme styling has been dramatically improved:. Everything is now based on XML instead of a proprietary format. PowerPoint is no longer used to create custom themes.

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Themes in SharePoint 2013






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Themes in SharePoint 2013

Steve Peschka

Sr. Principal Architect

Microsoft

CorporationSlide2

Theme styling has been dramatically improved:

Everything is now based on XML instead of a proprietary format

PowerPoint is no longer used to create custom themesWe support “web fonts”, enabling web site designers to build a custom look without having to worry whether clients have the fonts installed locallyYou get much richer themes and common building blocks for customizing themA background image, palette and fonts with live previewThe ability to preview how a site theme will look has been streamlined and no longer requires the publishing feature to work

ThemesSlide3

This is what the theme experience looks like now, along with a sample of a site based on a customized theme:

Theming ExperienceSlide4

Theme Selection and ConfigurationSlide5

Demo

ThemesSlide6

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