The MediaWiki Skinning course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to create custom skins and themes for MediaWiki, allowing them to personalize the visual appearance and user interface of their MediaWiki installations.
Through a combination of theoretical concepts and hands-on exercises, participants will learn the key principles and techniques required to design and implement attractive and responsive skins.
This course covers the entire skinning process, including understanding skin architecture, customizing stylesheets, designing templates, and optimizing for different devices. By the end of the course, participants will be able to create visually appealing and user-friendly skins for their MediaWiki websites.
|$2,000 including travel in the USA. Inquire about international training rates.
This course assumes a basic understanding of HTML and CSS. Participants are expected to have a development environment set up for practical exercises. The course outline can be customized and adjusted based on the specific needs and requirements of the participants in our Custom MediaWiki Training Tailored to Your Goals.