A face, film, coating, dressing or GUI for a software program that can be replaced by another. Allows the end user to change the look and feel of a program.
a bunch of files that control what PmWiki pages look like (colors, fonts, borders, etc
a collection of user-interface options that gives Wikitravel a particular look and feel
a different look and feel you can add to your application
a different look for a program, providing a different face but changing nothing below the surface
a directory that contains a template file ( something
a look that provides
an add on application to your software which allows you to change the look and feel of a variety of computer applications including your player/ripper
an image file (sometimes more than one) that wraps around your character to make him look the way he or she should
an installable look-n-feel or theme
a series of CSS, images, templates, and scripts that come together to form a look and feel for the user
a set of properties and templates that can be applied to controls
a set of properties, templates, and custom code that can be used to standardize the size, font, and other characteristics of controls on a page
a set of template files which help you customaze the appearance of the gallery for your need
a template or layout for the EchoCast playback
In a Portal, the skin is a style that can be applied to the portal. A skin doesn't change the information in or placement of channels but lays on top of the content to make the portal look a certain way.
A collection of template layers, is used as the search path when a page is rendered and the different parts look up template fragments. Skins are defined in the ZMI in portal_skins tool. Used for both presentation and code customizations.
Skins overlay regular templates with alternate header/footer layout of pages; topic text is not affected. Skins are typically enabled site-wide or per web. Details...
The entire look and feel of a board: icons, fonts, HTML templates and other settings.