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Welcome to Geeklog Wednesday, June 01 2016 @ 03:21 AM EDT

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 05/10/10 10:13AM (Read 1035 times)  

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An updated purepro version will be available soon in the download area for geeklog 1.7.0.

You can manualy change settings (layout, colors, menu...) in the default-settings.php file.
Purepro need to have write permission to the purepro/css folder.
Delete the purepro/css/my-site folder to rebuild css with new layout, color, menu... settings.


This is the default theme for geeklog.fr

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 05/10/10 01:53PM  

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Can't wait to try it out! Idea

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The file is here. Any feedback or issue :shock: are welcome.

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Anonymous: Juraj
 05/21/10 10:56AM  

Hello
Purepro theme is showing but I am getting this error after the site settings modification:
2 - purepro_sitefooter() [function.purepro-sitefooter]: Unable to access /web/layout/professional/default-layout.php @ /web/layout/purepro/functions.php line 443


array(23) {
.....
["path_layout"]=>
string(45) "/web/layout/professional/"
["theme"]=>
string(12) "professional"


I configured this:
siteconfig.php with $_CONF['theme'] = 'theme_name';
and even lib-common.php with $usetheme = 'purepro';

Maybe I did it wrong, but the install manual is not very detailed.
 
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 05/21/10 12:50PM  

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Juraj,

Could you try
PHP Formatted Code
$_CONF['theme'] = 'purepro';
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