If you upgrade from WoltLab Suite 5.5 to 6.0 you need to uninstall all styles by Elevenfour and their plugins. After the upgrade to 6.0 you can install the styles again if available. This is due to bug in WoltLab Suite which prevents to include the new dark color schemes. Some styles also changed their package identifier and some dependencies.

Classic, Clean Aesthetics For
Your WoltLab Suite Installation

Pria: A modern classic for WoltLab Suite - free of charge

Install Pria For Free



  • WS 6.0.2




compatible with WBB & Core

HiDPi-ready and responsive


modern code

for a list of changes please read the changelog

Version 6.0.0

  • initial release for WoltLab Suite 6.0
  • new: additional dark color scheme
  • removed support for apps other than WBB & Core

Version 5.5.1

  • added improvements for UZ Show (only tested against SoftCreatR's version)

Version 5.5.0

  • compatibility with WS 5.5
  • userMenu design
  • new pageHeader design for mobile
  • 5.5 syntax for language files

Version 5.4.1

  • fix fade-out syntax
  • fix missing include

Version 5.4.0

  • initial release


Pria is a style with classic dark blue aethestics that don't distract from your content - perfect for professional communities, blogs and everyone else who likes classic design. Since WoltLab Suite 6.0 it comes with a light and a dark color scheme.

The font family used throughout the design is Fira Sans.

To heighten performance every image used in this style is a webp-image - that does mean that this will not work in old browsers (e.g. Internet Explorer, Safari 13 and Safari 14 on macOS Catalina).

If you're running this style in a multilingual system: There are language variables available for Pria in German, English, French and Spanish. You can add more language variables.

As always: Well structured and clean modern modular SCSS code help to make this style a beauty at the backend too. Although you now might not need to look there. Pria is build to work with all these apps by WoltLab: Core (of course) and Forum; other apps aren't supported officially but could work just fine.