Forest is, obviously, a forest/wood theme, primarily beige and brown, with highlights in green, yellow, and red (the colors of leaves at various stages). Headers are accented with leaves. I've drilled down pretty deeply to affect colors, but I haven't necessarily looked at everything yet, particularly for the more obscure elements. Please let me know if anything looks bad, or wrong.
It includes one extra class, "drop", which will create a dropcap when used. It does not automatically add dropcaps to each paragraph - you'll have to add it yourself, like so:
<div class="drop">L</div>orem ipsum…
Only, with the double brackets instead of the angles, per standard wikidot syntax.
The leaf images, in case you want to use them, occur in 7 colors:
* beige (Leaf-Bg.png)
* dark beige (leaf-DkBg.png)
* green (leaf-Gn.png)
* light green (leaf-LtGn.png)
* dark red-brown ( leaf-RdBn.png)
* red (leaf-Rd.png)
* yellow-orange (leaf-Ye.png)
To insert them:
(with double square brackets instead of the angles… as per usual syntax)
Change the "Ye" part to which ever color you need, and you're good to go. The "=" at the beginning can be left out or change. Left in, it centers the leaf. Use "<" to float to the left, ">" to float to the right, leave it out to just place it next, wherever that is.
Finally, you can edit the css to place the search box back in the usual place, but the design is intended to use a link in nav:side as follows:
6 +s 3 [s search:site|Search 3 ]s
That is, a link to the search:site page, with the text "Search", set at h6.