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Matty

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I have put together the current Geeksta theme for release. Just grab it from the downloads section at geeksta.com, upload it to your public_html directory, extract the tarball and enjoy.
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That's a good look. I was playing with something along those lines a while ago, great to see your work done on it - it looks very clean. Damn. Now I'm inspired to do some some themeing ...! Hehehe ----- Friends help you move. Real friends help you move bodies.
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First, let me just say I love your themes! It's quite obvious you put a lot of time and effort into each one. Keep them coming!<P> My comment for you regarding logo integration is this; would it be possible to incorporate more of a PostNuke like theme integration in regards to the site logo? And even better, section topic images?<P> One of the nice features of PhostNuke is that all of the themes generate images to match for the site logo (and most if not all other related images. This makes switching themes quite easy and avoids the mis-matching of images per each theme.<P>
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Squatty, I'm not quite sure I'm following you here. Each theme has it's own logo (if you want one), or, it uses the linked to . ----- --Matty
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oops, that's site_url variable linked to site_name variable. ----- --Matty
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squatty

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What I was really getting at is a way to dynamically render a matching site logo based on the site name. For example, given the value of $_CONF['site_name'], create a logo to match the given theme. I would image that doing something similar for section logos would not be an option since there really is no standard? Does that make more sense?
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