I just noticed that other sites have a banner or different colors based on their site content, like the English SE. It is possible to do the same with Spanish SE?

Proposal: I suggest to make the banner with the signatures of the most importants writers of the Spanish Language, like Miguel de Cervantes:

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When Spanish.SE graduates, it will get a dedicated design. Until then, you're stuck with the generic beta theme.

Reaching graduation represents a community achievement. But in order to remove the beta label, we need to have confidence that a site is self-sustaining. One of the things we look at is the question rate. When a site is able to sustain a strong rate of questions (and several other indicators of a strong community) it goes to our designers for a custom theme.

In the meantime, there are a few things you can do to improve the odds of graduation. One of my favorite ideas is a weekly topic challenge. A small number of users working together on meta can spark new life in a site by committing themselves to asking questions is a specific tag or about a specific topic.

  • Now that the Beta label has been removed, will we be getting a dedicated design?
    – jacobo
    Mar 28, 2020 at 18:18
  • No, @ukemi. We are not Beta anymore, but getting a design is not straight forward nowadays when graduating. I see our site as a Beta without a Beta tag, since it is the only thing that changed.
    – fedorqui
    Mar 29, 2020 at 16:08

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