Jenkins provides the flexibility to customize its appearance through the utilization of themes. This can be accomplished by installing a plugin dedicated to theme management.

To integrate a theme into Jenkins:

  1. Access the plugins page and input “theme” into the filter box. Select the Simple Theme Plugin and proceed with installation. This plugin empowers users to apply various themes to their Jenkins interface.
  2. Themes can be sourced through simple online searches. Given that Jenkins operates as a web-based application, themes typically consist of a CSS file and, optionally, a JavaScript file.
  3. To install a theme, navigate to Configure System and navigate to the Themes section. Input the URLs for both the CSS and JS files corresponding to the desired theme. For instance, in this demonstration, we’ve opted for by Afonso F.
  4. Click save to implement the changes, and the updated interface of Jenkins will be immediately visible.
Ali Imran
Over the past 20+ years, I have been working as a software engineer, architect, and programmer, creating, designing, and programming various applications. My main focus has always been to achieve business goals and transform business ideas into digital reality. I have successfully solved numerous business problems and increased productivity for small businesses as well as enterprise corporations through the solutions that I created. My strong technical background and ability to work effectively in team environments make me a valuable asset to any organization.

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