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Introduction ============ This add-on let you manage the jqueryui theme used in Plone. Features: * Import a theme from a zip file built on http://jqueryui.com/themeroller * Import multiple themes from a zip file * Create or modify themes within the control panel * Load all default jqueryui themes in one click in the control panel * Delete selected themes * Update themes * External add-on can embed themes within a zope browser resource directory * Select a theme Dependencies ============ This add-on use: * collective.js.jqueryui * collective.z3cform.colorpicker * plone.app.registry * plone.resource * plone.namedfile File system versus data base ============================ If a theme is imported, updated, or created within the control panel it is stored in the data base (in the portal_resources). By default collective.js.jqueryui provide sunburst theme. This one is considered the default one. You can provide a theme in your add-on by simply embed it in a zope browser resource directory as usual. You just need to register a named utility providing IThemesProvider interface. A default base class is shipped in, so you will just have to inherits from it and just change RESOURCE_NAME and THEME_IDS class variables. If a theme exist on the filesystem and in the database, the database has precedence.