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Looking on the available Liferay Themes I feel that it is really missing more nice themes.
I started to create a new one but I couldn't create better. Maybe the problem is that I'm not a designer, but a Java developer.
What do you think, what is the cause that in the available themes only the default one looks like professional?
I'm afraid that developing a portal theme always will suffer from several constraints on the design.
* Building themes in Plugins SDK
o Creating a customized theme
+ Setting up the theme project
+ Building differences of themes
o What's happening after deploying themes?
+ Putting HTML to use
+ Experiencing CSS and images
+ Employ theme settings
+ Adding color schemes
+ Adhering to WAP standard
+ Adding runtime portlets to a theme
+ Making use of themes
+ Applying CSS
+ Experiencing the developing and debugging tools
* Customizing Velocity templates in themes
o Using default Velocity templates
+ Experiencing default Velocity variables
+ Customizing Velocity variables
o Adding customized Velocity templates
+ Using Velocity templates in drop-down menu
+ Using Velocity templates in journal article-based navigation
o Setting up customized themes and layout templates as default