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Kort
#1 13. Februar 2010, 03:28
Is is themes or skins? Frankly, a skin sounds too informal to me while theme is a common term for a set of templates aka Cotonti/Seditio skin. Cotonti/Seditio theme is basically a (color) scheme.
Opinions?
Seditio.by - создание сайтов, разработка плагинов и тем для Котонти

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Sergeich
#2 13. Februar 2010, 05:23
I join Kort
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Trustmaster
#3 13. Februar 2010, 07:08
There isn't much difference for me personally. Themes is more correct, but skins is also OK.
May the Source be with you!
Kingsley
#4 13. Februar 2010, 07:17
I think it depends on how much work goes into it.

Theme is the skin setup is basic, and you can switch to, let's say, 5 different colors. Skin when the design is heavy, graphical and detailed..

But that's just my point of view..
Kort
#5 13. Februar 2010, 14:50
Wikipedia:
In computing, 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.
But there's one really nice thing about themes:
http://www.google.com/search?hl=ru&source=hp&q=theme
vs.
http://www.google.com/search?hl=ru&source=hp&q=skin
Seditio.by - создание сайтов, разработка плагинов и тем для Котонти
MeDBejoHok
#6 23. Februar 2010, 05:47
Theme
Trustmaster
#7 10. März 2010, 00:08
I think we will call them Themes since Siena, because it is more correct and is better for marketing.
May the Source be with you!