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Switch SXA Themes Based on Cookie Value

The Requirement There was a requirement to give users the ability to switch the themes of the site. We can have multiple use cases to switch the theme of the site as mentioned below and provide a better user experience. We can show a pop-up on the home page with a message like “Do you […]

WebSphere Portal-Custom Impersonation Portlet Invoked from Themes

This blog provides a different approach on implementing impersonation in portal applications. Impersonation, as we know, is a Portlet service, which lets the user (A) access the portal application as another user (B) by logging in as him or her (B). Out-Of-Box Impersonation Portlet provided by WebSphere Portal lacks flexibility and customization features specific to […]

IBM Connect: Designing and Developing Portal Themes

IBM Connect had a great session on implementing portal themes in WebSphere Portal 8.  Stephan Hesmer, Portal Frontend and Design Lead from IBM presented a technical session on implementing themes and skins.  Portal themes are an extremely powerful, efficient and effective way to implement user experiences in WebSphere Portal. Key points that resonated from the […]

In Depth Primer on IBM Portal Themes

I’m doing some research on all things branding and theming with IBM’s WebSphere Portal for a client.  I ran across this in depth article at Base 22.  Cody Burleson has taken a lot of time to document it so I thought I’d point some of you his way.   Cody has also compiled a list […]

WebSphere Portal Mobile Themes

WebSphere Portal Mobile Themes Live from Lotusphere, Tyler Tribe and Jonathan Lidaka gave a presentation titled “Deliver Rich Mobile Experiences with IBM WebSphere Portal Mobile Theme.”  First, let’s start with some mobile statistics. Mobile Statistics Within 5 years, 80% of all people will have a mobile device By 2020, 10 billion mobile connected devices Mobile […]