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I'd like to switch theme per user upon user login success in my drupal 6 site. I need to check username of a particular user to change a particular theme for that user.
Is there any module around to accomplish this? Or, do I have to write a hook like

function mymodule_init(){
    global $custom_theme;
    global $user;
    // check username here. 
    $custom_theme = 'garland';
}

But, I'm finding a module which have admin interface so that I can define usernames as much as I can.

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Try the Themekey module which allows content, user, or role -specific themes.

  • The optional module ThemeKey User Profile that comes with theme key allows per user based theme. – Anil Sagar Sep 12 '12 at 7:09
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Why not use the Role Theme Switcher module?

Considering you have a limited number of themes and you can combine roles for a user, why not creating one specific role per theme that you will assign to your users.

  • Can I change theme per user of the same role? – Sithu Sep 12 '12 at 7:03
  • Role theme switcher allows theme by role.. So obviously you cannot change theme per user of same role... – Anil Sagar Sep 12 '12 at 7:08

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