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Processmaker Skins Download


Skins provide the visual appearance of the ProcessMaker interface. By default, ProcessMaker 3.0 provides the neoclassic and classic skin for a standard blue/grey interface. New skins can be manually created to customize the appearance of ProcessMaker.




Processmaker Skins Download


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By default, the neoclassic skin is applied when ProcessMaker is installed. To change this skin, go to Admin > Settings > Skins and select a different skin from the list of all the available skins.


To see the list of available skins installed in ProcessMaker, go to Admin > Settings > Skins. All available skins created for the current ProcessMaker installation will be listed in this section.


The 404 Not found and 403 Forbidden Error skins can be changed using the error404.php and updating.php files inside the skin folder. Users can customize these skins according to their requirements using these files.


To change the default skin in ProcessMaker in the System settings, go to Admin > Settings > System > Preferences and click on the down arrow to view the list of available skins. After selecting a skin, save it by clicking on the Save settings button at the bottom of the page.


When a new skin is created, it can be used either by the current workspace where it was created, or by all workspaces created on the server where ProcessMaker has been installed. If users want to configure more than one skin for each workspace, they have to modify config.xml manually. Please refer to this documentation for a more detailed explanation. At the bottom of the window, where the skins are created, there are two options to determine the availability of the skin:


Create the skins directory and then set it to use the 770 permission. Change its owner and group to the apache user (which is apache:apache in Red Hat/CentOS/Fedora, www-data:www-data in Debian/Ubuntu/Mint, and www-run:www in SUSE/OpenSUSE).


Open the Windows File Manager, and navigate to the /processmaker/shared directory. Right click in the directory and select New > Folder from the menu, and then name the new folder "skins".


Open the Windows File Manager, and navigate to the C:\Bitnami\processmaker-3.0.1.8-0\apps\processmaker\htdocs\shared directory. Right click in the directory and select New > Folder from the menu, and then name the new folder "skins".


In the Windows File Manager, copy the \processmaker\workflow\engine\skinEngine\neoclassic directory and paste it inside the \processmaker\shared directory. Right click on the name of the folder and select the Rename option. Rename the neoclassic directory to "green".


In the Windows File Manager, copy the C:\Bitnami\processmaker-3.0.1.8-0\apps\processmaker\htdocs\workflow\engine\skinEngine\neoclassic directory and paste it inside the C:\Bitnami\processmaker-3.0.1.8-0\apps\processmaker\htdocs\shared directory. Right click on the name of the folder and select the Rename option. Rename the neoclassic directory to "green".


ProcessMaker can now use the new skin files, but it a good idea to edit the information displayed about the skin in the skin list. Open the shared/skins/green/config.xml file with a plain text editor and edit the values for the , , , , , and in the section.


By clicking on the Import option above the list of skins, a skin created in a different installation or ProcessMaker server can be imported. The file to be imported has to have the .tar extension.


To modify a ProcessMaker skin, edit the skin's HTML and CSS files found in the shared/skins/skin-name directory. Custom image files can also be added to the shared/skins/skin-name/images directory.


C:\Bitnami\processmaker-3.0.1.8-0\apps\processmaker\htdocs\workflow\engine\skinEngine\neoclassic\css\C:\Bitnami\processmaker-3.0.1.8-0\apps\processmaker\htdocs\workflow\engine\skinEngine\neoclassic\baseCss\


  • The files included in the ... section are the CSS files used by the custom skin. The other skins have specific purposes:blank is a skin that does not display the ProcessMaker header and menu bar. It is usually used when embedding ProcessMaker inside an iframe in a web page and only wanting to display the contents of the Home menu.

  • raw is a skin used for debugging that doesn't include any styles.

  • submenu is a skin used by submenus, which is a deprecated feature from version 1.X.

  • tracker is a feature used by the case tracker for external users who want to follow the progress of their cases.

  • extjs is a JavaScript library, which is used in most parts of the ProcessMaker interface except Dynaforms. Change its CSS files to alter the appearance of ProcessMaker.



To customize the style of Dynaforms using skins in ProcessMaker 3, it is necessary to overwrite the necessary css classes in a separate file and overwrite the existing styles Dynaforms have when rendered. Remember that when setting these files, ALL Dynafrms in the workspace will apply the changes. To customize an individual Dynaform, it is better to use external libraries (read this page to learn how to do it). To overwrite the styles of the Dynaform in the skin, do the following:


To access an image file in a custom skin's CSS file, then use the url() function:css-property: url(/skin/skin-name/...);For example, to set the file headquartersPhoto.png as the background image for the login screen of ProcessMaker, use a plain text editor to edit the file /opt/processmaker/shared/skins/corpcolors/css/loginStyle.css and change the lines from:body.login background-color: #444; background: url(/images/backgroundpm3.jpg); background-size: cover;


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