I love it, although losing the theme switcher from the nav on mobile did cause a brief moment of panic!
One of my users is reporting the Minima theme (which I love very much) does not show the “Dismiss” button when there are unread messages. He verified that Dismiss wasn’t just disappearing because there were no unreads - he said he switched to Minima and back from another theme while showing unreads and the button did not show up.
Is there a setting I might be missing on this, or anything else I should check? Thanks!
I managed to finally reproduce it:
I’ve added the dismiss button back, you’ll just need to update the theme.
Thanks so much! I will check it out!
Where can I find the Minima Dark theme?
Mínima Dark is a copy of Minima but using the color scheme from Material Dark.
Hi, wondering if it’s possible to show the name in the topic list instead of username, when the option Prioritizing full name vs username in the UX is active.
It would be wonderful if we could separate the list of categories as per the white lines I added to demonstrate
I am following the guide on creating Themes (Developer’s guide to Discourse Themes) and it says that to change the templates (like removing the avatars in the listing), you need to touch the .hbr files in Discourse core.
Did you have to do this to remove the avatars? I am a bit confused as to how this theme works and how to use it.
As an example, in the Minima theme, how would I change the look and feel of the Profile page of each user?
Sorry if this is off-topic.
It depends on what you’d like to change. If you want to remove or restyle content, it’s likely you can do it with some additional CSS. If you’d like to add information or change the layout dramatically, then you’d need to edit template files.
In the Minima theme, I did edit the template for the topic list to reposition/remove some avatars. You can see that here: https://github.com/discourse/minima/blob/master/desktop/header.html
If you’d like to use the Minima theme and add additional customizations, I’d recommend installing Minima and adding your customizations to it by creating a new theme component. This way you can still get updates to Minima without worrying about your changes being overridden.
Thanks, @awesomerobot - I will give this a try.
I have a follow-up on the same topic. When Discourse is updated and I need to update the software (assuming I am self-hosting), will this cause problems with themes where the templates have been modified? Or are they not dependent?
Have you experienced anything like this in the past?
I’ve just made an update to the theme that adds that functionality back in. Thanks for reporting it!
I’m using Minima as a basis for my theme, and I’m scratching my head at one thing: Where does this code come from?
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Yes I understand that. I found the code I quoted by inspecting the avatar. What I’m confused about is where the code comes from. It’s present in Minima, yet nonexistent (not just hidden in CSS) in the Light theme for example. What’s generating the HTML?
Oh ok I understand better now
It comes from the header file : https://github.com/discourse/minima/blob/master/desktop/header.html
It rewrites the topic list template.
Wow, I can’t believe I didn’t notice the header.html file in desktop/. I somehow thought the theme was entirely css. Problem solved, thank you!
Great theme @awesomerobot!
I see that you have deliberately removed the “suggested topics” header but is there a way I can add it back? Many of my readers’ first experience of discourse will be via the comments section of my blog and they may not appreciate what this list is.