The default JSP files and CSS files are functional, but they're not very pretty. [I|JanneJalkanen]'m a total klutz when it comes to doing something beautiful, so if you have any ideas or better yet, concrete code, CSS files or whatever to make JSPWiki look prettier.

Note that the Wiki should still be kept simple, fast, and [functional across browsers| JSPWikiBrowserCompatibility].

I would also like to add a couple of choosable templates to the JSPWiki distribution.  We'd need one CSS-based template (with user-switchable skins), and then perhaps something else (something suitable for a weblog?).



There should be some default templates here in different languages (see my comment [TemplateDiscussion] "Making Live easier - Use String-Variables within each JSP-File for Language-Translation!


Look at [TableTemplate] for an example of a facelift. --[Mortena]


See TemplateIdeaHoveringMenu for a CSS modification of left menu.


I uploaded a new skin based template called [ButtonMenuTemplate], thats pure CSS and allows users to switch the skins on the fly.  Each skin is basically a reference to a CSS file and I have created 3 CSS files (we can add more).  Currently, the user cannot change the skins from wiki UI (I still haven't started playing with the wiki source code... but should be pretty easy) but has to update the link to stylesheet in one JSP file. 

On a side note, shouldn't we distinguish between JSP and JSP-fragment. Currently everything has a .jsp extension this is a problem for pre-compilation of JSPs.  We should have *.jspf extension for JSP fragments.

''Good idea! --MikeMorris''