Commit 88810dda authored by Andreas Kämmerle's avatar Andreas Kämmerle Committed by Marcia Ramos

Add navigation theme documentation

parent b6fdf19e
......@@ -7,6 +7,34 @@ To navigate to your profile's preferences, click your avatar icon in the top
right corner and select **Settings**. From there on, choose the **Preferences**
tab.
![Profile preferences settings](img/profile_settings_dropdown.png)
## Navigation theme
>**Note:**
Navigation themes have been re-introduced with [GitLab 10.0](https://about.gitlab.com/2017/09/22/gitlab-10-0-released/).
The GitLab navigation theme setting allows you to personalize your GitLab experience.
You can choose from several color themes that add unique colors to the top navigation
and left side navigation.
Using individual color themes might help you differentiate between your different
GitLab instances.
The default palette is Indigo. You can choose between 10 different themes:
- Indigo
- Light Indigo
- Blue
- Light Blue
- Green
- Light Green
- Red
- Light Red
- Dark
- Light
![Profile preferences syntax highlighting themes](img/profile-preferences-syntax-themes.png)
## Syntax highlighting theme
>**Note:**
......@@ -16,7 +44,7 @@ list of supported languages visit the rouge website.
Changing this setting allows you to customize the color theme when viewing any
syntax highlighted code on GitLab.
The default one is **White**, and you can choose among 5 different colors:
The default syntax theme is White, and you can choose among 5 different colors:
- White
- Dark
......@@ -24,6 +52,8 @@ The default one is **White**, and you can choose among 5 different colors:
- Solarized dark
- Monokai
![Profile preferences navigation themes](img/profil-preferences-navigation-theme.png)
## Behavior
The following settings allow you to customize the behavior of GitLab's layout
......@@ -52,16 +82,16 @@ You have 8 options here that you can use for your default dashboard view:
- Assigned Issues
- Assigned Merge Requests
### Project home page content
### Project overview content
The project home page content setting allows you to choose what content you want to
The project overview content setting allows you to choose what content you want to
see on a project’s home page.
You can choose between 3 options:
- Show the files and the readme (default)
- Show the readme
- Show the project’s activity
- Files and Readme (default)
- Readme
- Activity
[rouge]: http://rouge.jneen.net/ "Rouge website"
[todos]: ../../workflow/todos.md
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