Help Center Custom Theme #2

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  • Wes Drury

    @Mike - This theme was created before the community ever came out so no I don't have any community files for this theme.  It should be pretty easy to create theme, I just don't have the time so its up to the community users to take it from here.

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  • Nathaniel Erlandson

    Hey Wes, your theme looks great. I have a question about implementing your tiles styling from this theme into the copenhagen theme. Is that doable? 

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  • Wes Drury

    @Nathaniel - Yes with a little bit of work you can easily use the same styling for the tiles in the Copenhagen theme.  You should be able to edit the classes that are there now and achieve the same results.  If you need help along the way just let me know.

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  • Nathaniel Erlandson

    @Wes, yeah I'm a little confused as to what I should add exactly from your theme to get the tiles to display like that. I see in the midnight.css file and the html home you have code for category display, but not sure what I should be adding. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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  • Wes Drury

    @Nathaniel - Are you just wanting the different color blocks displayed on the Copenhagen theme or are you wanting to do two columns on the Copenhagen theme.

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  • Nathaniel Erlandson

    @Wes, Yep I would like to add the 2nd column you have as well for important information/trending topics. Really like that layout

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  • Wes Drury

    @Nathaniel - with my workload and schedule it will take some time before I can get around to doing this.  I'll post back here when I get some free time to play around as it's nothing that I could do very quickly.

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  • Nathaniel Erlandson

    @Wes no worries! I'll continue to play with it, but whenever you get some time on this I'd very much appreciate the assist. Thanks

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  • Anishamol Antoo

    Hi Wes,

    Thanks for sharing the theme.

    I have copied the exact code but facing some problem with category section.Not all the categories are getting displayed.Also I tried to reduce footer padding in midnight.css file.but the change is not reflecting.

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  • Wes Drury

    @anishamol.antoo - To ensure all the categories appear you must have a section and also an article in that section in order for categories to appear.  If you make changes to the midnight.css file you must rename it to midnight1.css then make the change in your document head as well.  Zendesk caches the file up to 24 hours so you will not see the changes right away unless you rename the file.

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  • Anishamol Antoo

    @Wes-Sorry for the delay in replying back.Yes the categories are now displaying after adding them.But I am still facing problem with the footer even after renaming the midnight.css file.Footer will move down with content as required, but will not stick to the bottom by default.

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