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Discussion in 'User Experience' started by jameshsi, Aug 22, 2002.

  1. jameshsi

    jameshsi Well-Known Member

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    Is it possibile for your users to change the theme themselves ?
     
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    NO
    end users can not
     
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    [quote:461f23e736][i:461f23e736]Originally posted by itf[/i:461f23e736]

    NO
    end users can not[/quote:461f23e736]


    technically there is no such options..

    but if you provide them an option to select the theme they can by adding an index.html in your base theme and under that base theme having subdirectories of different themes -

    creat the links for different themes in the main page index.html of your base themes and link them to the sub folders of diff. themes :)

    thats the only way i can think of allowing cpanel users to choose the theme that they are comfortable with.

    best regards
    Parag
     
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    jameshsi Well-Known Member

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    Yes, I know what you mean, it seems workable.
     
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    itf Well-Known Member

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    [quote:98ceb88b4a][i:98ceb88b4a]Originally posted by parag[/i:98ceb88b4a]

    [quote:98ceb88b4a][i:98ceb88b4a]Originally posted by itf[/i:98ceb88b4a]

    NO
    end users can not[/quote:98ceb88b4a]


    technically there is no such options..

    but if you provide them an option to select the theme they can by adding an index.html in your base theme and under that base theme having subdirectories of different themes -

    creat the links for different themes in the main page index.html of your base themes and link them to the sub folders of diff. themes :)

    thats the only way i can think of allowing cpanel users to choose the theme that they are comfortable with.

    best regards
    Parag[/quote:98ceb88b4a]
    But this theme that you create (however is a multipart theme) is a theme and end-users can't change it to another one
    Just you provide a theme with different aspects
     
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    parag Well-Known Member

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    [quote:16f6f860ae][i:16f6f860ae]Originally posted by itf[/i:16f6f860ae]

    [quote:16f6f860ae][i:16f6f860ae]Originally posted by parag[/i:16f6f860ae]

    [quote:16f6f860ae][i:16f6f860ae]Originally posted by itf[/i:16f6f860ae]

    NO
    end users can not[/quote:16f6f860ae]


    technically there is no such options..

    but if you provide them an option to select the theme they can by adding an index.html in your base theme and under that base theme having subdirectories of different themes -

    creat the links for different themes in the main page index.html of your base themes and link them to the sub folders of diff. themes :)

    thats the only way i can think of allowing cpanel users to choose the theme that they are comfortable with.

    best regards
    Parag[/quote:16f6f860ae]
    But this theme that you create (however is a multipart theme) is a theme and end-users can't change it to another one
    Just you provide a theme with different aspects
    [/quote:16f6f860ae]

    ya ya

    that i dont deny. but at least they will have some option in terms of selecting a theme which the client think suitable or comfortable for him/her....

    Parag
     
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