The following table lists skins that are available for you to use in your Maven generated site.
|Maven Application Skin||1.0||A skin used by applications like Continuum.|
|Maven Classic Skin||1.1||This skin resembles the look of a site generated by Maven 1.|
|Maven Default Skin||1.1||You get this skin if you don't specify any skin.|
|Maven Stylus Skin||1.5||The skin used for the website of Maven itself.|
|Maven Fluido Skin||1.3.0||Skin based on bootstrap css|
To use one of these skins in your project, you use the skin element of the site descriptor. This is a regular artifact or dependency-like element. For example, to use the Maven Classic Skin, you would include the this in your site.xml file:
<project> ... <skin> <groupId>org.apache.maven.skins</groupId> <artifactId>maven-classic-skin</artifactId> <version>1.1</version> </skin> ... </project>