The Skins manager section of the admin panel is where you can change the currently selected skin, create a copy of it for customization, delete skins and, import and export (download zip file) skins.
The interface tries to be as easy as possible to use and I’m sure you’ll appreciate making changes to a skin without ever touching a line of code.
Here’s a screenshot of this section of the admin panel:
As you can see, in the first tab of the Skins manager you’ll be able to choose the current skin applied to the theme, create new skins by creating a copy of an existing one, delete skins, export and download the current skin in a zip file and import previously exported skins.
The other tabs allow you to customize colors, background images, fonts, other structural settings and even add a specific custom CSS to a skin (separate from the global Custom CSS field).
A very awesome feature that I’m absolutely sure you’ll love is the Skin Browser which gives you the ability to download and customize new skins that I’ll be adding to the Download Skins + tab.
Once I add more skins to the theme you won’t need to re-download the theme from ThemeForest and reinstall the theme completely, you’ll instead be able to download more skins just like you currently download and activate plugins in WordPress. In other words, you won’t even have to leave the WordPress backend to install more skins, the functionality is built into the theme admin panel itself.
Here’s what you can expect this section to look like: