A dedicated Tiki themes web site has opened at themes.tikiwiki.org. The purpose of the new site is to promote the creating and sharing of new themes for Tiki. Tiki is well-known as full-featured portal/CMS/groupware, but Tiki's page design flexibility hasn't really been fully demonstrated. The idea of the new site is to promote this capability. As with other aspects of Tiki, both those who can offer help and those who need help are encouraged to participate.
The new InterTiki feature is being used to share member information between tikiwiki.org and themes.tw.o. People registered at tikiwiki.org will find their relevant personal preferences already applied at the themes site (theme preference is local to the themes site, of course). Newcomers to Tiki who want to be registered at the themes site should register at tikiwiki.org, not directly at themes.tikiwiki.org.
Two new themes are now available for downloading at themes.tw.o. They are Planetfall, originally done for Mambo CMS (now Joomla), and Kubrick, originally a ))WordPress(( theme. Both have been released under the GPL license. More theme ports and original themes are on the way.
Information and other resources related to theme creating and modifying currently at tikiwiki.org and doc.tikiwiki.org will be transferred to themes.tw.o. This includes relevant wiki pages and the ))TikiWiki(( Templates/Layouts forum.
All members of the Tikiwiki community are invited to participate at themes.tw.o. Please visit to get a new theme or share a new theme, to find or provide information on making themes, or anything else related to Tiki themes.