The default skin for GateIn 3.5 is located as part of the
The main files associated with the skin are shown below:
This file contains the resource filter and has the display-name set. For the default portal skin, the
contains a lot
of information which is mostly irrelevant to the portal skinning. The areas of interest
in this file is the ResourceRequestFilter and the fact that the display-name is set.
This file contains the main stylesheet of the portal skin. The file is the main entry point to the CSS class definitions for the skin. The main content points of this file are:
/* Skin for the main portal page */
/* Skins for various portal components */
/* Window decoration skins */
/* The portlet specification CSS classes */
This method imports other CSS stylesheet files (some of which may also import further CSS stylesheets) instead of defining all the CSS classes in this one file. Splitting the CSS classes between multiple files allows new skins to reuse parts of the default skin.
To reuse the CSS stylesheet from the default portal skin, you need to refer to the default skin from
For example, to include the window decorators from the default skin within a new portal skin, you need to
use this import:
When the portal skin is added to the page, it merges all the CSS stylesheets into a single file.