The Web site was looking really lively, but Mr. Clark
wanted to make it look more consistent. He talked it
over with the class, and they decided to apply a futuristic
theme to the entire Web site.
from Quadrant 600, Blip. Gummy doesn't understand
what we mean by theme.
Hey, Gummy. What's sticking, dude? A theme is, uh,
a style template that gives a Web page a coordinated
look. Each theme has its own background image, text
color, buttons, dividers, and more. A theme can be
applied to one page, or it can be applied to all the
pages in a Web site.
You can also customize themes. Mr. Clark's class liked
everything about the theme they choose - except its
background image. So they changed it.
class decided to add a Shared Border, too. This feature
helped them create a common border that ran along
one edge of every page. This gave their site an even
more consistent look!