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.
@~Z~ Man ... WRT my comment below, from what I'm seeing I think nothing after "comment-list" is being called. (???)
@~Z~ Man ... Hello. I went live on my site with the new Green by Green last night on my site. Immediately I noticed that in my groups the comment bar (where you enter your comments) is gone. This is on both mobile and desktop display. I didn't notice it while it was on my test server as I didn't create any groups on the test server.
in order to confirm it wasn't something on my site, I created a test group on the test server, and the behavior is identical. I see you were on my site just 25 minuites ago. if you check any of the groups you will see what I'm talking about. This didn't exist prior to going live with the new Green by green. Any thoughts?
That is: You want ME to assist you changing my own creation?!?
That's like asking a Ferrari reseller to make their cars look a little more like Porsches.
No way, sorry. ;)
Photo is displayed as just a portion of the page, it's not showing on the full page. Can we make it in full page?
honestly I have no in-depth knowledge how many different elements and colors are in use by the White Theme. I'd say: Basically yes, but if you'll get it 100% matching in the end? I don't know.
Setting up a test-site would be my idea to find out.
I’m thinking about switching to this theme from the White theme due to more functionality . Will I be able to colorize this theme using the GUI? The goal is to match the current colors of the white theme.