#824 Plume themed Gitea

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opened 2 months ago by iamdoubz · 3 comments

Hello, I am a big fan of Plume and Gitea and am happy to see the team using this git solution!

To celebrate, I have made a “Plume theme” for Gitea. It works for both Gitea versions 1.12 and 1.13.

I have a demo site where you can see it here: https://git2.dou.bet

The source code is here: https://git.dou.bet/iamdoubz/Gitea-Lite-Purple

Install it if you’d like, or do nothing with it!

Hello, I am a big fan of Plume and Gitea and am happy to see the team using this git solution! To celebrate, I have made a "Plume theme" for Gitea. It works for both Gitea versions 1.12 and 1.13. I have a demo site where you can see it here: https://git2.dou.bet The source code is here: https://git.dou.bet/iamdoubz/Gitea-Lite-Purple Install it if you'd like, or do nothing with it!
kiwii commented 2 months ago
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Hello, and thank you! I would be happy to set up this theme, but I have no idea of how to do so, and I’m can’t find any documentation about that. Do you have a link or something explaining how to set up a custom theme?

Hello, and thank you! I would be happy to set up this theme, but I have no idea of how to do so, and I'm can't find any documentation about that. Do you have a link or something explaining how to set up a custom theme?
iamdoubz commented 2 months ago
Poster

Of course!

So when you set up Gitea, there is a custom directory which is where the app.ini resides for your instance. if you are unsure where it is, you can check under Configuration in the Site Administrator settings.

If the folder “public”, isn’t there, and you want to use the theme and the purple logos, just copy the public folder from my git.

Then you need to tell Gitea how to use the bew theme. In the app.ini file, if there is a section called [ui], then add litepurple to the themes list.

Does that help?

Of course! So when you set up Gitea, there is a custom directory which is where the app.ini resides for your instance. if you are unsure where it is, you can check under Configuration in the Site Administrator settings. If the folder "public", isn't there, and you want to use the theme and the purple logos, just copy the public folder from my git. Then you need to tell Gitea how to use the bew theme. In the app.ini file, if there is a section called [ui], then add `litepurple` to the themes list. Does that help?
iamdoubz commented 2 months ago
Poster

I also added instructions to the repo README

I also added instructions to the repo README
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