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Available in ZK 6.5.2+

Apart from having a name, a theme could be associated with many attributes. Encapsulating theme-specific attributes is defined in Theme. Each theme should have at least a name, which helps the web application to identify it. Web developers should extend this abstract class to define other attributes associated with concrete themes, such as file paths included in a theme, or variables that could be used to parameterize a theme.

Standard themes have additional attributes like a more descriptive name for displaying purposes, a priority value to help the system choose the theme to use, and a origin of the theme's resources (i.e. CSS and image files). Standard theme information is provided by StandardTheme.

Example

import org.zkoss.web.theme.Theme;

public class MyTheme extends Theme {
    // theme-specific attributes
    ...
    // getters/setters
    ...
}