#94 Theme Config

L Rutker

Themes seem to be constrained to using the default
image files unless they are replaced such as done in the
Xenea theme. While this cuts down on storage What this
means is the basic inability to jumt to and from a theme
that has its own images. Shouldn't a theme have the
ability to let phpGedView know via a config file of some
sort that it has its own image dir and that the image dir
should be used for all images. Many php changes would
probably be needed so the url to the images would be
more dynamic based on the theme config file.


  • L Rutker

    L Rutker - 2003-10-21
    • labels: --> It would be COOL if it did...
  • L Rutker

    L Rutker - 2003-10-21
    • priority: 5 --> 2
  • John Finlay

    John Finlay - 2003-10-21
    • assigned_to: nobody --> yalnifj
    • status: open --> open-works-for-me
  • John Finlay

    John Finlay - 2003-10-21

    Logged In: YES

    You can specify different images for a theme by setting the
    $PGV_IMAGE_DIR in the theme.php file. This was added to
    the styleguide documentation, but I probably need to have
    more of a themes tutorial with the steps you need to take
    when creating your own theme.


  • John Finlay

    John Finlay - 2003-10-21
    • status: open-works-for-me --> closed-works-for-me

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