Rating:        Based on 1 rating
Reviewed:  1 review
Downloads: 1134
Change Set: 639e589c725c
Released: Dec 14, 2014
Updated: Dec 14, 2014 by joedavis
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes


The first in a series of template skins developed by i7MEDIA for mojoPortal, SwiftBlue has been created with semantics-friendly HTML5 Markup and utilizes many of mojoPortals awesome customizability features to achieve this with as little work for the user as possible. For instance, all blog posts are automatically wrapped in Articles and the blog Nav is automatically wrapped in an Aside. The user can post like they normally would without worrying about semantics, and their posts will be wrapped in HTML5 Markup for them!

As with all i7MEDIA Skins, SwiftBlue has detailed style for every feature found in mojoPortal, most notably for the Event Calendar, Event Calendar Pro, Blog, Forums, Feed manager, and jPlayer Media Players.


View a live demo of SwiftBlue. Not only does the demo show you the potential of SwiftBlue, it provides you with valuable documentation to help make your use of the skin successful!

Using SwiftBlue


Before installing, please make sure you that your mojoPortal site meets the following requirements.
  • mojoPortal or higher
  • .NET 4.0 (recommended) or 3.5 SP1


After downloading SwiftBlue, follow these instructions to install it on your mojoPortal site:
  1. Sign in as administrator on your site and hit "administration" in the admin bar.
  2. Click the "advanced tools" icon/button.
  3. Click "Design Tools".
  4. Click "Skin Management".
  5. Click "browse" and select the "i7media-swiftblue.zip" file in the skin package on your computer.
  6. Return to "administration", then hit "site settings".
  7. Select "i7media-swiftblue" from the "skin" drop down list.
  8. Hit save.
Alternatively, you can manually unzip and copy the "i7media-swiftblue" folder in your skin package to the \Data\Sites\[SiteNumber]\Skins directory of your mojoPortal intallation, then select from the skin drop down list in site settings.


The skin download includes a readme file which documents the features of the skin. More documentation can also be found on the SwiftBlue demo site.


SwiftBlue is provided free-of-charge and shared under a Creative Commons - Attribution 3.0 license.

You can purchase a license for permission to remove the i7MEDIA branding from the skin.


i7MEDIA will help you with the skin if you encounter any issues. To ask for assistance or report a bug, please see the SwiftBlue Online Documentation.

Reviews for this release

i7MEDIA has knocked it out of the park again, this is a great skin!
by johnjgately on Sep 2, 2012 at 11:23 PM