A simple responsive theme optimized for mobile usability, featuring ...
Backup / Restore
Starting with release V 2.3, GreenByGreen comes with a backup/restore mechanism that takes care of keeping your modifications.
Whenever you disable GreenByGreen (= switch to a different theme) the following files will be saved to your Ossn data directory:
logo.png(your site's frontend logo)
logo_admin.jpg(your admin backend logo)
pdf fileslisting your currently chosen colors
site_custom_css.php(holding your custom css changes and additions)
Whenever you enable GreenByGreen these files will be restored to the theme directory, making your site instantly look the same again without any further manual interaction.
Before manually applying any CSS changes to GreenByGreen, make friends with the comfortable admin backend and asure they can't be applied there in a much more easier way.
Manual CSS changes and additions must be saved in
site_custom_css.php, only. Don't touch any of the other files since they are being modified and managed programmatically.
Hello ~Z~ Man, and thanks for theme, excellent for cell phone use. Small quibble, when you update Welcome Text, it removes our custom Logo Image. You can update Logo Image afterwards so no biggie but just a heads up.
Adding kudos to excellent work my man. Mobile friendly, very usable interface. If ever in the mood, there's room on header for menu icons (Admin defined would be awesome) since menu drops to the floor when opened ;-) Again, many thanks for an excellent addition to platform, Don.
THANK YOU... very much! I have to go out for a few hours, but I will be throwing this on the test server today, and then on to the live site. MUCH appreciated!
Okay, the issue should be fixed now. And: Phil is to blame for all that. :))
No, just kidding.
Actually it was HIS idea to change the layout of the comments text when it comes to new lines.
So I started working on that already when releasing 2.6 three weeks ago. But since the necessary changes evolved to be more difficult than expected and the magnifying glass code was ready to go, I decided to release the 'glass' in advance - not aware that the remaining code would break the group comments. Yeah, sorry - my fault.
And this is the new layout
Thanks for your feedback, Av J.
I'll look into this issue today.
Yes, iam using greenbygreen 2.6 and yes, on my end the comment bar is not loading.
Perhaps I should better ask: Is anyone else using GreenByGreen 2.6 at all?
To further establish that it is something being caused from within the new Green by Green theme, on the test server, when running under default theme, white theme, or by re-installing old Green by Green, the comment bar appears as it is supposed to.
only under the new Green by Green is this issue present.
~Z~ Man... here is a snip from when looking at the page source:
"(" and ")" used to replace ">" and "<" because editor in this page wouldn't accept them that way:
(!-- ./ wall item --)(/div)
(div class="col-md-4 margin-top-10")
(div class="page-sidebar hidden-xs")
(div class="ossn-widget widget-description")
In between 'ossn-comment-list-p13' and where 'wall-item'- stuff starts, should there not be the items for the comment box being called? i.e. user img, insert photo, comment-box, and all the other items that make up that part? They're not there. Any ideas?
The installation on my test server is pretty much 'stock", with no extra stuff added.