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Welcome to Geeklog Friday, November 27 2015 @ 06:48 AM EST

New theme

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I've released my first Geeklog theme for download. This new theme is called Foundation. you can get it from the downloads section at

Modular/CSS-based Geeklog?

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I installed Geeklog quite recently (1.3.2) and really like it. I started playing around with the themes and decided to make my own, one that would be put CSS. However, soon after editing the .thtml files in layout/themeName/, I found that the templates were only used for some of the page building, and that lib-common.php was actually writing markup into the page as well.

This limits themes considerably; lib-common.php should extend the method of just pulling the layout files and inserting data into them. It should not be inserting any markup of its own.

I'm guessing that the move to a fully modular separation of presentation and content is planned for 1.4. If it's not, it should be! It would make theme creation a lot easier, and would probably also make code maintenance and alteration easier as well.

It wouldn't require a CSS theme to ship with it; the same table-based themes would work fine as long as all the HTML was confined to the layout subdirectories. If that happens, I'll certainly work on a pure CSS GeekLog (hooks for browser-detection should be put in the code too).

Anyway, that's meant as constructive criticism - it's a great application!

MLimburg: It's been a problem with GL for a while, as we've moved from a 100% backend generator to the beginning of templates. A fair amount of work would be required to move it across to full templates, so we've opted to focus on GL 1.4 for true template support. Infact, I already have a version working right now :)

Static Pages Plug-in Released!

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As promised, we are releasing the first production-level plugin for Geeklog. The Static Pages plug-in will allow you to quickly add semi-static pages to your Geeklog installation. This is great for content that doesn't change often such as security/privacy policies, help files and about us pages. Click 'read more' to see a complete list of features or just go get it now!

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