For some time I borrowed @ChrisBeach’s CSS snippet, so I converted it into a theme component, find the result here:
What it does
It changes the appearance of the page when a personal message is being read:
the head banner color (with a gradient),
the font color,
the background color,
the title color,
by adding some text after reply.
All these changes are optional and can be toggled with their on/off setting. The main «personal messages» color can also be changed with a setting. To tweak the different colors, edit the top part of the CSS file.
I’ve found that this only works with color names, not Hex color codes. This makes it tricky to match to a colour palate. From looking at the CSS and the way colours are mixed, I’m guessing it wouldn’t be very easy to change this. Can anyone prove me wrong?
It appears that this is a Theme and not a Theme “Component” but please correct me if I’m wrong.
I’m already using a Theme that I’ve completely customized, and only one theme can be used at a time, and you can allow users to toggle from one theme to another… is that right?
It’s my understanding that theme COMPONENTS allow you to apply the component to your active/main/default theme. At least this is how the other theme components seem to work for me. In the theme Components, there’s a box that says " Include component on these themes" which allows you to apply the component to your default theme.
Would it be possible to turn this into a component so I can keep my main/defualt theme active, while enability these customizations for the personal messages or DMs/PMs ?