Pete Harris's plugins:
Simple BlueWhite Theme (Edit your project's description!)
Updated theme to Elgg v1.5 ie. It requires Elgg version 1.5. If you are still running Elgg v1.2 please use the previous version of this theme.
It also includes css overrides for all the Elgg full-package plugins (blog, categories, custom_index, external pages, file, groups, members, notifications, profile, thewire, twitter etc.).
Once unzipped and copied to your /mod directory, log-in as Admin, go to Tool Administration, and use the controls to move the theme plugin to the bottom of the plugin list (so that it loads last). Making a change to the plugin list order will force the sites cache to be updated - so the new theme is displayed (or you can run upgrade.php to rebuild the sites cache).
@deeds, iblood, to make the header deeper in this theme you'll need to modify the theme_pageback.gif and also increase the height of #layout_header in the themes main css file.
@sabzi to display the files in the files widget in a grid, click on that widgets 'edit' link, and change the display to grid.
@db I just disabled bookmarks here on a test setup, and everything is fine. What happens if you turn the theme off temporarily and use the default? Do you still have the same problem? Guessing it's something else on your setup, possibly modified core files or 3rd party plugins causing the issues. If you can provide more detail and steps to replicate the problem on a clean default setup, then please file a bug report here http://trac.elgg.org/
I installed this and activated it and the theme appeared OK but the admin menu lost all of its formatting. I tried deactivating and activating and clearing the bowser cache (FF3 and chrome) but no joy. Not sure what to do next. Grateful for any suggestions.
This Theme looks very great, but I've got this Problem "river is a misconfigured plugin." I've installed a new Ellg 1.5 with the German Language and then I've put th Folder "theme_simplebluewhite" in the mod-folder. That's all ... Can someone help me?
My English is not the best ... sorry
i think it is a bug in
find the lines
if (!include($CONFIG->pluginspath . $mod . "/start.php"))
throw new PluginException(sprintf(elgg_echo('PluginException:MisconfiguredPlugin'), $mod));
and change it to
include_once($CONFIG->pluginspath . $mod . "/start.php");
#throw new PluginException(sprintf(elgg_echo('PluginException:MisconfiguredPlugin'), $mod));
in the php manual i found this:
" It is recommended to use include_once() instead of checking if the file was already included and conditionally return inside the included file. "