- Navigation theme
- Syntax highlighting theme
A user’s profile preferences page allows the user to customize various aspects of GitLab to their liking.
To navigate to your profile’s preferences:
- Click your avatar.
- Select Settings.
- Click Preferences in the sidebar.
The GitLab navigation theme setting allows you to personalize your GitLab experience. You can choose from several color themes that add unique colors to the top navigation and left side navigation. Using individual color themes might help you differentiate between your different GitLab instances.
The default theme is Indigo. You can choose between 10 themes:
- Light Indigo
- Light Blue
- Light Green
- Light Red
Changing this setting allows you to customize the color theme when viewing any syntax highlighted code on GitLab.
The default syntax theme is White, and you can choose among 5 different themes:
- Solarized light
- Solarized dark
The following settings allow you to customize the behavior of GitLab’s layout and default views of your dashboard and the projects’ landing pages.
GitLab can be set up to use different widths depending on your liking. Choose
between the fixed (max.
1280px) and the fluid (
100%) application layout.
1280pxis the standard max width when using fixed layout, some pages still use 100% width, depending on the content.
For users who have access to a large number of projects but only keep up with a select few, the amount of activity on the default Dashboard page can be overwhelming. Changing this setting allows you to redefine what your default dashboard will be.
You have 8 options here that you can use for your default dashboard view:
- Your projects (default)
- Starred projects
- Your projects’ activity
- Starred projects’ activity
- Your groups
- Your Todos
- Assigned Issues
- Assigned Merge Requests
- Operations Dashboard
The Group overview content dropdown allows you to choose what information is displayed on a group’s home page.
You can choose between 2 options:
- Details (default)
- Security dashboard
The project overview content setting allows you to choose what content you want to see on a project’s home page.
You can choose between 3 options:
- Files and Readme (default)
You can set the displayed width of tab characters across various parts of GitLab, for example, blobs, diffs, and snippets.
Select your preferred language from a list of supported languages.
This feature is experimental and translations are not complete yet.
The first day of the week can be customized for calendar views and date pickers.
You can choose one of the following options as the first day of the week:
If you select System Default, the system-wide default setting will be used.
Configure your preferences with third-party services which provide enhancements to your GitLab experience.
Manage the availability of integrated code intelligence features powered by Sourcegraph. View the Sourcegraph feature documentation for more information.