__Salient features: __
*Skins can be changed on the fly 
*All styling done through CSS 
*Same CSS for IE and Mozilla 
*XHTML complaint html 
*Tables have been used sparingly 

__Here are the steps to configure the skins:__
*JSPWiki is used to denote the location of you wiki 
*Unzip the contents of ~ButtonMenu.zip to a temporary location 
*Copy ~ButtonMenu dir to the JSPWiki/templates 
*Edit JSPWiki/WEB-INF/jspwiki.properties to set templateDir to ~ButtonMenu e.g. 'jspwiki.templateDir = ~ButtonMenu' 
*To change wiki skins modify JSPWiki/templates/~ButtonMenu/~WikiCSS.jsp 

Here is link to [my wiki|] using the ~ButtonMenu skin. The above site is running on my home server and the service provider may change the IP address so it may not be available all the time. Please let me know if the site is down. [bhira AT hotmail DOT com|mailto:bhira@hotmail.com]

The ~ButtonMenu skins are CSS based and use a standard layout for all the skins. The layout for the wiki pages is defined in the JSP files under templates/~ButtonMenu directory. The JSP files have no styling information; all the styles are governed by the CSS files. All the pages in the wiki include the ~WikiCSS.jsp which embeds the link to the correct CSS file. There are 3 pre-packaged CSS files namely: ~WikiSkinBlue.css, ~WikiSkinOrange.css and ~WikiSkinGreen.css. The CSS files work fine both for IE and Mozilla and there is no need for separate CSS implementations for different browsers. Just make sure that whenever you modify the CSS files you test it for both IE and Mozilla. 

Cool, eh?