Shane was helping me on Sunday fixing where I messed up trying to install Slash. I was emailing him from morning well into the night. How he found the time to do this too is beyond me.

Where should I go to start to understand how to change the themes? -- Keep in mind I have no clue what I'm doing with slash... yet...

- Jim

Eric Dannewitz <ericdano@jazz-sax.com> wrote:
You do great work Shane. Too bad the main slashdot team doesn't post
about new features, or just basically post.......

shane wrote:
>
> I was messing around w/ the stock slashcode theme's css tonite and I
> ended up getting a little more creative then I intended. I created a
> clone of the stock Wordpress look n feel for slashcode.
>
> Screenshot:
>
> http://images.lottadot.com/SlashWordpressScreenshot.png
>
> The code's in CVS, so either peruse via
> http://cvsweb.lottadot.com/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/wordpress/
>
> or just grab it:
>
> cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.lottadot.com:/cvsroot login
> cvs -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.lottadot.com:/cvsroot checkout wordpress
>
> It's not 100% complete, in that I didn't mess with trying to make
> content from article.pl fit into the wordpress "box". But the
> frontpage looks halfway decent. I honestly do not intend to work on
> this much further. So if this is at all any interest to anyone, please
> speak up and let me know.
>
> Patches appreciated.
>
> Shane
>
> PS - what's the 'standard' for naming conventions for themes? part of
> me thought this should be called 'wordpressclonetheme' and another
> thought 'slashwordpressclonetheme' but that's kinda long. When I've
> created themes in the past, they were always for a specific website.
> So this is different from that. Note that the stock slashcode theme is
> just called 'slashcode' not 'slashcodetheme'. So I'm wondering if
> there's a naming convention to go by, and if there isn't, with the
> advent of the css conversion of slashcode odds are more themes will
> follow, so maybe there should be?
>
>
>
>
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