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posts: 7694 Israel

Hi Gary,

> I understand that in this scenario, custom themes, fonts, etc. wouldn't be put in the themes directory any more; they'd go to _custom. See https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp . I don't know what the timeline for this revamp is.

I understand the same… if no changes.


In the meantime (not defined as you mentioned) we have an already working feature using that pattern.

> So I think it would be good to handle favicons like icons or custom CSS and either put them in one location so they're used no matter what theme is used, or put them in a theme's directory so they're used only with that theme. Maybe that's how they work now but I haven't tested it.

Yes it is already working that way. (and that's why I started this)
The folder just doesn't exist. The admin has to create it and most of the time he will omit our "index.php" file that prevent misuse.

> About your original question, it doesn't seem to me that there's necessarily a relationship between favicons and themes except that they can be user-uploaded. At tiki.org for example, several themes are used but only one favicon (or one set of favicons) is used. The favicon doesn't change as the theme changes, although this could be the case.

Herr…. I don't think that tiki.org <http://tiki.org/> is a good example for the common usage of a Tiki. :-)

This said, Brendan did a good job meaning that you can still use a single favicon for several themes (t.o case)
Having a favicons folder won't change anything as long as you don't put something in it (and the feature is activated).

https://doc.tiki.org/Favicon


… I have the feeling that I'm making noise by explaining how work an existing feature that most don't know or use (yet).
May be you better test (and enjoy) ?

Bernard





> On 11 Oct 2018, at 14:37 , Gary Cunningham-Lee <gary_c@cunningham-lee.com> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> As I understand it, the purpose of the _custom directory is just as you say, to avoid spreading website content over several directories. So instead of mixing Tiki package files and uploaded files such as in the themes directory, everything uploaded for a site would go in the _custom directory. Then just one directory needs to be archived or copied and it only contains custom content, not a mix of custom and package files. I understand that in this scenario, custom themes, fonts, etc. wouldn't be put in the themes directory any more; they'd go to _custom. See https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp . I don't know what the timeline for this revamp is.
>
> About your original question, it doesn't seem to me that there's necessarily a relationship between favicons and themes except that they can be user-uploaded. At tiki.org for example, several themes are used but only one favicon (or one set of favicons) is used. The favicon doesn't change as the theme changes, although this could be the case. So I think it would be good to handle favicons like icons or custom CSS and either put them in one location so they're used no matter what theme is used, or put them in a theme's directory so they're used only with that theme. Maybe that's how they work now but I haven't tested it.
>
> — Gary
>
>
>
> This was discussed at TikiFest Japan in October 2017
>
> On 10/11/2018 6:57 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>> Thanks Gary for your comment.
>> (_custom directory https://doc.tiki.org/Path-structure)
>> Short answer:
>> The actual "Favicons" feature work that way and is using themes/themeName/favicons.
>> I'm not suggesting any change of the existing way things work.
>> I propose we avoid an extra step (creating the folder) by having one ready to be used (like we have fonts, icons, images, etc).
>> Deeper:
>>> As far as putting it in themes/themeName, favicons aren't particularly related to themes, are they?
>> I think favicons and themes are related from the user / customer point of view.
>> It will be for the same reason and generally by the same person (graphic) that both, themes and favicons will be created, added or modified.
>> If we can have fonts and icons there is no reason favicons would go somewhere else.
>> Practically, I don't see any interest we would have to make website designers to use several folders spreads over a Tiki.
>> I see very convenient to give ftp access to a single folder (the theme folder) to a external people or team (designers).
>> Bernard
>>> On 11 Oct 2018, at 12:06 , Gary Cunningham-Lee <gary_c@cunningham-lee.com <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> The _custom directory was added to contain user content like favicons and even themes, I think. The idea is to have everything that's added for a Tiki instance all in one directory for easy portability, etc. I haven't heard much about this lately, though.
>>>
>>> As far as putting it in themes/themeName, favicons aren't particularly related to themes, are they? Or are you also thinking in terms of custom stuff being in one place?
>>>
>>> — Gary
>>>
>>>
>>> On 10/11/2018 3:18 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>>>> Hello,
>>>> We have in Tiki since Tiki17 a Favicons preference / feature to ease the use and set favicons for the different device that reads it.
>>>> Beside doing what it says, It helps to have all the extra files and customisation enclosed inside the theme folder.
>>>> I think it would good to promote it (having more visible).
>>>> As we have : themes/themeName/fonts
>>>> I think it would be ok to have : themes/themeName/favicons
>>>> Good timing to add it for Tiki19 ?
>>>> Bernard
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Hello Bernard, Gary, Brendan (and all),

I am not sure, if I find it makes sense to have a themes folder, but to
put custom themes to another folder _custom.

For years we had to spread themes related files to various places and to
now have it at one place is just awesome.

For a new theme designer we need only to tell:

"go to the tikiroot to the folder themes, create or copy a theme
'themes/mythemename', put themespecific css to the css subfolder, js to
the js subfolder, templates to the templates subfolder" etcetera.

From my point of view the current setup is awesome and self-explaining
to a high extent. We should not lose that simple logic.

on the other hand I find it a good plan to collect all
non-theme-specific custom files in a central folder custom or _custom.

My 2 cent.

Torsten



On 10/11/2018 03:04 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
> Hi Gary,
>
>> I understand that in this scenario, custom themes, fonts, etc.
>> wouldn't be put in the themes directory any more; they'd go to
>> _custom. See
>> https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp . I
>> don't know what the timeline for this revamp is.
>
> I understand the same… if no changes.
>
>
> In the meantime (not defined as you mentioned) we have an already
> working feature using that pattern.
>
>> So I think it would be good to handle favicons like icons or custom
>> CSS and either put them in one location so they're used no matter
>> what theme is used, or put them in a theme's directory so they're
>> used only with that theme. Maybe that's how they work now but I
>> haven't tested it.
>
> Yes it is already working that way. (and that's why I started this)
> The folder just doesn't exist. The admin has to create it and most of
> the time he will omit our "index.php" file that prevent misuse.
>
>> About your original question, it doesn't seem to me that there's
>> necessarily a relationship between favicons and themes except that
>> they can be user-uploaded. At tiki.org <http://tiki.org> for example,
>> several themes are used but only one favicon (or one set of favicons)
>> is used. The favicon doesn't change as the theme changes, although
>> this could be the case.
>
> Herr…. I don't think that tiki.org <http://tiki.org> is a good example
> for the common usage of a Tiki. :-)
>
> This said, Brendan did a good job meaning that you can still use a
> single favicon for several themes (t.o case)
> Having a favicons folder won't change anything as long as you don't
> put something in it (and the feature is activated).
>
> https://doc.tiki.org/Favicon
>
>
> … I have the feeling that I'm making noise by explaining how work an
> existing feature that most don't know or use (yet).
> May be you better test (and enjoy) ?
>
> Bernard
>
>
>
>
>
>> On 11 Oct 2018, at 14:37 , Gary Cunningham-Lee
>> <gary_c@cunningham-lee.com <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com>> wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> As I understand it, the purpose of the _custom directory is just as
>> you say, to avoid spreading website content over several directories.
>> So instead of mixing Tiki package files and uploaded files such as in
>> the themes directory, everything uploaded for a site would go in the
>> _custom directory. Then just one directory needs to be archived or
>> copied and it only contains custom content, not a mix of custom and
>> package files. I understand that in this scenario, custom themes,
>> fonts, etc. wouldn't be put in the themes directory any more; they'd
>> go to _custom. See
>> https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp . I
>> don't know what the timeline for this revamp is.
>>
>> About your original question, it doesn't seem to me that there's
>> necessarily a relationship between favicons and themes except that
>> they can be user-uploaded. At tiki.org <http://tiki.org> for example,
>> several themes are used but only one favicon (or one set of favicons)
>> is used. The favicon doesn't change as the theme changes, although
>> this could be the case. So I think it would be good to handle
>> favicons like icons or custom CSS and either put them in one location
>> so they're used no matter what theme is used, or put them in a
>> theme's directory so they're used only with that theme. Maybe that's
>> how they work now but I haven't tested it.
>>
>> — Gary
>>
>>
>>
>> This was discussed at TikiFest Japan in October 2017
>>
>> On 10/11/2018 6:57 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>>> Thanks Gary for your comment.
>>> (_custom directory https://doc.tiki.org/Path-structure)
>>> Short answer:
>>> The actual "Favicons" feature work that way and is using
>>> themes/themeName/favicons.
>>> I'm not suggesting any change of the existing way things work.
>>> I propose we avoid an extra step (creating the folder) by having one
>>> ready to be used (like we have fonts, icons, images, etc).
>>> Deeper:
>>>> As far as putting it in themes/themeName, favicons aren't
>>>> particularly related to themes, are they?
>>> I think favicons and themes are related from the user / customer
>>> point of view.
>>> It will be for the same reason and generally by the same person
>>> (graphic) that both, themes and favicons will be created, added or
>>> modified.
>>> If we can have fonts and icons there is no reason favicons would go
>>> somewhere else.
>>> Practically, I don't see any interest we would have to make website
>>> designers to use several folders spreads over a Tiki.
>>> I see very convenient to give ftp access to a single folder (the
>>> theme folder) to a external people or team (designers).
>>> Bernard
>>>> On 11 Oct 2018, at 12:06 , Gary Cunningham-Lee
>>>> <gary_c@cunningham-lee.com <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com>
>>>> <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> The _custom directory was added to contain user content like
>>>> favicons and even themes, I think. The idea is to have everything
>>>> that's added for a Tiki instance all in one directory for easy
>>>> portability, etc. I haven't heard much about this lately, though.
>>>>
>>>> As far as putting it in themes/themeName, favicons aren't
>>>> particularly related to themes, are they? Or are you also thinking
>>>> in terms of custom stuff being in one place?
>>>>
>>>> — Gary
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 10/11/2018 3:18 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>>>>> Hello,
>>>>> We have in Tiki since Tiki17 a Favicons preference / feature to
>>>>> ease the use and set favicons for the different device that reads it.
>>>>> Beside doing what it says, It helps to have all the extra files
>>>>> and customisation enclosed inside the theme folder.
>>>>> I think it would good to promote it (having more visible).
>>>>> As we have : themes/themeName/fonts
>>>>> I think it would be ok to have : themes/themeName/favicons
>>>>> Good timing to add it for Tiki19 ?
>>>>> Bernard
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posts: 7694 Israel

Hello,


I agree with you Torsten that the actual setup is great but this is a kind of another discussion.
If someone want to talk about this please open a create a thread.


I don't suggest changing anything about the setup or the way Tiki work.
Actually we have a feature that work using "themes/themeName/favicons"

Unlike the folder fonts or icons this folder has to be created manually.

My proposal is to create this with an index.php file by default.
Used or not it won't change the existing just avoiding an exception.

Bernard

> On 11 Oct 2018, at 16:23 , Torsten Fabricius <torsten@tiki.org> wrote:
>
> Hello Bernard, Gary, Brendan (and all),
>
> I am not sure, if I find it makes sense to have a themes folder, but to put custom themes to another folder _custom.
>
> For years we had to spread themes related files to various places and to now have it at one place is just awesome.
>
> For a new theme designer we need only to tell:
>
> "go to the tikiroot to the folder themes, create or copy a theme 'themes/mythemename', put themespecific css to the css subfolder, js to the js subfolder, templates to the templates subfolder" etcetera.
>
> From my point of view the current setup is awesome and self-explaining to a high extent. We should not lose that simple logic.
>
> on the other hand I find it a good plan to collect all non-theme-specific custom files in a central folder custom or _custom.
>
> My 2 cent.
>
> Torsten
>
>
> On 10/11/2018 03:04 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>> Hi Gary,
>>
>>> I understand that in this scenario, custom themes, fonts, etc. wouldn't be put in the themes directory any more; they'd go to _custom. See https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp <https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp> . I don't know what the timeline for this revamp is.
>>
>> I understand the same… if no changes.
>>
>>
>> In the meantime (not defined as you mentioned) we have an already working feature using that pattern.
>>
>>> So I think it would be good to handle favicons like icons or custom CSS and either put them in one location so they're used no matter what theme is used, or put them in a theme's directory so they're used only with that theme. Maybe that's how they work now but I haven't tested it.
>>
>> Yes it is already working that way. (and that's why I started this)
>> The folder just doesn't exist. The admin has to create it and most of the time he will omit our "index.php" file that prevent misuse.
>>
>>> About your original question, it doesn't seem to me that there's necessarily a relationship between favicons and themes except that they can be user-uploaded. At tiki.org <http://tiki.org/> for example, several themes are used but only one favicon (or one set of favicons) is used. The favicon doesn't change as the theme changes, although this could be the case.
>>
>> Herr…. I don't think that tiki.org <http://tiki.org/> is a good example for the common usage of a Tiki. :-)
>>
>> This said, Brendan did a good job meaning that you can still use a single favicon for several themes (t.o case)
>> Having a favicons folder won't change anything as long as you don't put something in it (and the feature is activated).
>>
>> https://doc.tiki.org/Favicon <https://doc.tiki.org/Favicon>
>>
>>
>> … I have the feeling that I'm making noise by explaining how work an existing feature that most don't know or use (yet).
>> May be you better test (and enjoy) ?
>>
>> Bernard
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>> On 11 Oct 2018, at 14:37 , Gary Cunningham-Lee <gary_c@cunningham-lee.com <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> As I understand it, the purpose of the _custom directory is just as you say, to avoid spreading website content over several directories. So instead of mixing Tiki package files and uploaded files such as in the themes directory, everything uploaded for a site would go in the _custom directory. Then just one directory needs to be archived or copied and it only contains custom content, not a mix of custom and package files. I understand that in this scenario, custom themes, fonts, etc. wouldn't be put in the themes directory any more; they'd go to _custom. See https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp <https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp> . I don't know what the timeline for this revamp is.
>>>
>>> About your original question, it doesn't seem to me that there's necessarily a relationship between favicons and themes except that they can be user-uploaded. At tiki.org <http://tiki.org/> for example, several themes are used but only one favicon (or one set of favicons) is used. The favicon doesn't change as the theme changes, although this could be the case. So I think it would be good to handle favicons like icons or custom CSS and either put them in one location so they're used no matter what theme is used, or put them in a theme's directory so they're used only with that theme. Maybe that's how they work now but I haven't tested it.
>>>
>>> — Gary
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> This was discussed at TikiFest Japan in October 2017
>>>
>>> On 10/11/2018 6:57 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>>>> Thanks Gary for your comment.
>>>> (_custom directory https://doc.tiki.org/Path-structure <https://doc.tiki.org/Path-structure>)
>>>> Short answer:
>>>> The actual "Favicons" feature work that way and is using themes/themeName/favicons.
>>>> I'm not suggesting any change of the existing way things work.
>>>> I propose we avoid an extra step (creating the folder) by having one ready to be used (like we have fonts, icons, images, etc).
>>>> Deeper:
>>>>> As far as putting it in themes/themeName, favicons aren't particularly related to themes, are they?
>>>> I think favicons and themes are related from the user / customer point of view.
>>>> It will be for the same reason and generally by the same person (graphic) that both, themes and favicons will be created, added or modified.
>>>> If we can have fonts and icons there is no reason favicons would go somewhere else.
>>>> Practically, I don't see any interest we would have to make website designers to use several folders spreads over a Tiki.
>>>> I see very convenient to give ftp access to a single folder (the theme folder) to a external people or team (designers).
>>>> Bernard
>>>>> On 11 Oct 2018, at 12:06 , Gary Cunningham-Lee <gary_c@cunningham-lee.com <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com> <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com>>> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>
>>>>> The _custom directory was added to contain user content like favicons and even themes, I think. The idea is to have everything that's added for a Tiki instance all in one directory for easy portability, etc. I haven't heard much about this lately, though.
>>>>>
>>>>> As far as putting it in themes/themeName, favicons aren't particularly related to themes, are they? Or are you also thinking in terms of custom stuff being in one place?
>>>>>
>>>>> — Gary
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> On 10/11/2018 3:18 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>>>>>> Hello,
>>>>>> We have in Tiki since Tiki17 a Favicons preference / feature to ease the use and set favicons for the different device that reads it.
>>>>>> Beside doing what it says, It helps to have all the extra files and customisation enclosed inside the theme folder.
>>>>>> I think it would good to promote it (having more visible).
>>>>>> As we have : themes/themeName/fonts
>>>>>> I think it would be ok to have : themes/themeName/favicons
>>>>>> Good timing to add it for Tiki19 ?
>>>>>> Bernard
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/"My proposal is to create this with an index.php file by default.//
//Used or not it won't change the existing just avoiding an exception."/

+1 to create this (empty) folder by default!


Regards,
Torsten


On 10/11/2018 04:21 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
> Hello,
>
> …
> I agree with you Torsten that the actual setup is great but this is a
> kind of another discussion.
> If someone want to talk about this please open a create a thread.
>
>
> I don't suggest changing anything about the setup or the way Tiki work.
> Actually we have a feature that work using "themes/themeName/favicons"
>
> Unlike the folder fonts or icons this folder has to be created manually.
>
> My proposal is to create this with an index.php file by default.
> Used or not it won't change the existing just avoiding an exception.
>
> Bernard
>
>> On 11 Oct 2018, at 16:23 , Torsten Fabricius <torsten@tiki.org
>> <mailto:torsten@tiki.org>> wrote:
>>
>> Hello Bernard, Gary, Brendan (and all),
>>
>> I am not sure, if I find it makes sense to have a themes folder, but
>> to put custom themes to another folder _custom.
>>
>> For years we had to spread themes related files to various places and
>> to now have it at one place is just awesome.
>>
>> For a new theme designer we need only to tell:
>>
>> "go to the tikiroot to the folder themes, create or copy a theme
>> 'themes/mythemename', put themespecific css to the css subfolder, js
>> to the js subfolder, templates to the templates subfolder" etcetera.
>>
>> From my point of view the current setup is awesome and
>> self-explaining to a high extent. We should not lose that simple logic.
>>
>> on the other hand I find it a good plan to collect all
>> non-theme-specific custom files in a central folder custom or _custom.
>>
>> My 2 cent.
>>
>> Torsten
>>
>>
>>
>> On 10/11/2018 03:04 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>>> Hi Gary,
>>>
>>>> I understand that in this scenario, custom themes, fonts, etc.
>>>> wouldn't be put in the themes directory any more; they'd go to
>>>> _custom. See
>>>> https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp .
>>>> I don't know what the timeline for this revamp is.
>>>
>>> I understand the same… if no changes.
>>>
>>>
>>> In the meantime (not defined as you mentioned) we have an already
>>> working feature using that pattern.
>>>
>>>> So I think it would be good to handle favicons like icons or custom
>>>> CSS and either put them in one location so they're used no matter
>>>> what theme is used, or put them in a theme's directory so they're
>>>> used only with that theme. Maybe that's how they work now but I
>>>> haven't tested it.
>>>
>>> Yes it is already working that way. (and that's why I started this)
>>> The folder just doesn't exist. The admin has to create it and most
>>> of the time he will omit our "index.php" file that prevent misuse.
>>>
>>>> About your original question, it doesn't seem to me that there's
>>>> necessarily a relationship between favicons and themes except that
>>>> they can be user-uploaded. At tiki.org <http://tiki.org/> for
>>>> example, several themes are used but only one favicon (or one set
>>>> of favicons) is used. The favicon doesn't change as the theme
>>>> changes, although this could be the case.
>>>
>>> Herr…. I don't think that tiki.org <http://tiki.org/> is a good
>>> example for the common usage of a Tiki. :-)
>>>
>>> This said, Brendan did a good job meaning that you can still use a
>>> single favicon for several themes (t.o case)
>>> Having a favicons folder won't change anything as long as you don't
>>> put something in it (and the feature is activated).
>>>
>>> https://doc.tiki.org/Favicon
>>>
>>>
>>> … I have the feeling that I'm making noise by explaining how work an
>>> existing feature that most don't know or use (yet).
>>> May be you better test (and enjoy) ?
>>>
>>> Bernard
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>> On 11 Oct 2018, at 14:37 , Gary Cunningham-Lee
>>>> <gary_c@cunningham-lee.com <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> As I understand it, the purpose of the _custom directory is just as
>>>> you say, to avoid spreading website content over several
>>>> directories. So instead of mixing Tiki package files and uploaded
>>>> files such as in the themes directory, everything uploaded for a
>>>> site would go in the _custom directory. Then just one directory
>>>> needs to be archived or copied and it only contains custom content,
>>>> not a mix of custom and package files. I understand that in this
>>>> scenario, custom themes, fonts, etc. wouldn't be put in the themes
>>>> directory any more; they'd go to _custom. See
>>>> https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp .
>>>> I don't know what the timeline for this revamp is.
>>>>
>>>> About your original question, it doesn't seem to me that there's
>>>> necessarily a relationship between favicons and themes except that
>>>> they can be user-uploaded. At tiki.org <http://tiki.org/> for
>>>> example, several themes are used but only one favicon (or one set
>>>> of favicons) is used. The favicon doesn't change as the theme
>>>> changes, although this could be the case. So I think it would be
>>>> good to handle favicons like icons or custom CSS and either put
>>>> them in one location so they're used no matter what theme is used,
>>>> or put them in a theme's directory so they're used only with that
>>>> theme. Maybe that's how they work now but I haven't tested it.
>>>>
>>>> — Gary
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> This was discussed at TikiFest Japan in October 2017
>>>>
>>>> On 10/11/2018 6:57 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>>>>> Thanks Gary for your comment.
>>>>> (_custom directory https://doc.tiki.org/Path-structure)
>>>>> Short answer:
>>>>> The actual "Favicons" feature work that way and is using
>>>>> themes/themeName/favicons.
>>>>> I'm not suggesting any change of the existing way things work.
>>>>> I propose we avoid an extra step (creating the folder) by having
>>>>> one ready to be used (like we have fonts, icons, images, etc).
>>>>> Deeper:
>>>>>> As far as putting it in themes/themeName, favicons aren't
>>>>>> particularly related to themes, are they?
>>>>> I think favicons and themes are related from the user / customer
>>>>> point of view.
>>>>> It will be for the same reason and generally by the same person
>>>>> (graphic) that both, themes and favicons will be created, added or
>>>>> modified.
>>>>> If we can have fonts and icons there is no reason favicons would
>>>>> go somewhere else.
>>>>> Practically, I don't see any interest we would have to make
>>>>> website designers to use several folders spreads over a Tiki.
>>>>> I see very convenient to give ftp access to a single folder (the
>>>>> theme folder) to a external people or team (designers).
>>>>> Bernard
>>>>>> On 11 Oct 2018, at 12:06 , Gary Cunningham-Lee
>>>>>> <gary_c@cunningham-lee.com <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com>
>>>>>> <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com>> wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The _custom directory was added to contain user content like
>>>>>> favicons and even themes, I think. The idea is to have everything
>>>>>> that's added for a Tiki instance all in one directory for easy
>>>>>> portability, etc. I haven't heard much about this lately, though.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> As far as putting it in themes/themeName, favicons aren't
>>>>>> particularly related to themes, are they? Or are you also
>>>>>> thinking in terms of custom stuff being in one place?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> — Gary
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On 10/11/2018 3:18 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>>>>>>> Hello,
>>>>>>> We have in Tiki since Tiki17 a Favicons preference / feature to
>>>>>>> ease the use and set favicons for the different device that
>>>>>>> reads it.
>>>>>>> Beside doing what it says, It helps to have all the extra files
>>>>>>> and customisation enclosed inside the theme folder.
>>>>>>> I think it would good to promote it (having more visible).
>>>>>>> As we have : themes/themeName/fonts
>>>>>>> I think it would be ok to have : themes/themeName/favicons
>>>>>>> Good timing to add it for Tiki19 ?
>>>>>>> Bernard
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> On Oct 11, 2018, at 10:35 AM, Torsten Fabricius <torsten@tiki.org> wrote:
> +1 to create this (empty) folder by default!
>
>

+ 1 what he said

> Regards,
> Torsten
>
> On 10/11/2018 04:21 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> …
>> I agree with you Torsten that the actual setup is great but this is a kind of another discussion.
>> If someone want to talk about this please open a create a thread.
>>
>>
>> I don't suggest changing anything about the setup or the way Tiki work.
>> Actually we have a feature that work using "themes/themeName/favicons"
>>
>> Unlike the folder fonts or icons this folder has to be created manually.
>>
>> My proposal is to create this with an index.php file by default.
>> Used or not it won't change the existing just avoiding an exception.
>>
>> Bernard
>>
>>> On 11 Oct 2018, at 16:23 , Torsten Fabricius <torsten@tiki.org <mailto:torsten@tiki.org>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hello Bernard, Gary, Brendan (and all),
>>>
>>> I am not sure, if I find it makes sense to have a themes folder, but to put custom themes to another folder _custom.
>>>
>>> For years we had to spread themes related files to various places and to now have it at one place is just awesome.
>>>
>>> For a new theme designer we need only to tell:
>>>
>>> "go to the tikiroot to the folder themes, create or copy a theme 'themes/mythemename', put themespecific css to the css subfolder, js to the js subfolder, templates to the templates subfolder" etcetera.
>>>
>>> From my point of view the current setup is awesome and self-explaining to a high extent. We should not lose that simple logic.
>>>
>>> on the other hand I find it a good plan to collect all non-theme-specific custom files in a central folder custom or _custom.
>>>
>>> My 2 cent.
>>>
>>> Torsten
>>>
>>>
>>> On 10/11/2018 03:04 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>>>> Hi Gary,
>>>>
>>>>> I understand that in this scenario, custom themes, fonts, etc. wouldn't be put in the themes directory any more; they'd go to _custom. See https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp <https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp> . I don't know what the timeline for this revamp is.
>>>>
>>>> I understand the same… if no changes.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> In the meantime (not defined as you mentioned) we have an already working feature using that pattern.
>>>>
>>>>> So I think it would be good to handle favicons like icons or custom CSS and either put them in one location so they're used no matter what theme is used, or put them in a theme's directory so they're used only with that theme. Maybe that's how they work now but I haven't tested it.
>>>>
>>>> Yes it is already working that way. (and that's why I started this)
>>>> The folder just doesn't exist. The admin has to create it and most of the time he will omit our "index.php" file that prevent misuse.
>>>>
>>>>> About your original question, it doesn't seem to me that there's necessarily a relationship between favicons and themes except that they can be user-uploaded. At tiki.org <http://tiki.org/> for example, several themes are used but only one favicon (or one set of favicons) is used. The favicon doesn't change as the theme changes, although this could be the case.
>>>>
>>>> Herr…. I don't think that tiki.org <http://tiki.org/> is a good example for the common usage of a Tiki. :-)
>>>>
>>>> This said, Brendan did a good job meaning that you can still use a single favicon for several themes (t.o case)
>>>> Having a favicons folder won't change anything as long as you don't put something in it (and the feature is activated).
>>>>
>>>> https://doc.tiki.org/Favicon <https://doc.tiki.org/Favicon>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> … I have the feeling that I'm making noise by explaining how work an existing feature that most don't know or use (yet).
>>>> May be you better test (and enjoy) ?
>>>>
>>>> Bernard
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>> On 11 Oct 2018, at 14:37 , Gary Cunningham-Lee <gary_c@cunningham-lee.com <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com>> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>
>>>>> As I understand it, the purpose of the _custom directory is just as you say, to avoid spreading website content over several directories. So instead of mixing Tiki package files and uploaded files such as in the themes directory, everything uploaded for a site would go in the _custom directory. Then just one directory needs to be archived or copied and it only contains custom content, not a mix of custom and package files. I understand that in this scenario, custom themes, fonts, etc. wouldn't be put in the themes directory any more; they'd go to _custom. See https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp <https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp> . I don't know what the timeline for this revamp is.
>>>>>
>>>>> About your original question, it doesn't seem to me that there's necessarily a relationship between favicons and themes except that they can be user-uploaded. At tiki.org <http://tiki.org/> for example, several themes are used but only one favicon (or one set of favicons) is used. The favicon doesn't change as the theme changes, although this could be the case. So I think it would be good to handle favicons like icons or custom CSS and either put them in one location so they're used no matter what theme is used, or put them in a theme's directory so they're used only with that theme. Maybe that's how they work now but I haven't tested it.
>>>>>
>>>>> — Gary
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> This was discussed at TikiFest Japan in October 2017
>>>>>
>>>>> On 10/11/2018 6:57 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>>>>>> Thanks Gary for your comment.
>>>>>> (_custom directory https://doc.tiki.org/Path-structure <https://doc.tiki.org/Path-structure>)
>>>>>> Short answer:
>>>>>> The actual "Favicons" feature work that way and is using themes/themeName/favicons.
>>>>>> I'm not suggesting any change of the existing way things work.
>>>>>> I propose we avoid an extra step (creating the folder) by having one ready to be used (like we have fonts, icons, images, etc).
>>>>>> Deeper:
>>>>>>> As far as putting it in themes/themeName, favicons aren't particularly related to themes, are they?
>>>>>> I think favicons and themes are related from the user / customer point of view.
>>>>>> It will be for the same reason and generally by the same person (graphic) that both, themes and favicons will be created, added or modified.
>>>>>> If we can have fonts and icons there is no reason favicons would go somewhere else.
>>>>>> Practically, I don't see any interest we would have to make website designers to use several folders spreads over a Tiki.
>>>>>> I see very convenient to give ftp access to a single folder (the theme folder) to a external people or team (designers).
>>>>>> Bernard
>>>>>>> On 11 Oct 2018, at 12:06 , Gary Cunningham-Lee <gary_c@cunningham-lee.com <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com> <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> The _custom directory was added to contain user content like favicons and even themes, I think. The idea is to have everything that's added for a Tiki instance all in one directory for easy portability, etc. I haven't heard much about this lately, though.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> As far as putting it in themes/themeName, favicons aren't particularly related to themes, are they? Or are you also thinking in terms of custom stuff being in one place?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> — Gary
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> On 10/11/2018 3:18 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>>>>>>>> Hello,
>>>>>>>> We have in Tiki since Tiki17 a Favicons preference / feature to ease the use and set favicons for the different device that reads it.
>>>>>>>> Beside doing what it says, It helps to have all the extra files and customisation enclosed inside the theme folder.
>>>>>>>> I think it would good to promote it (having more visible).
>>>>>>>> As we have : themes/themeName/fonts
>>>>>>>> I think it would be ok to have : themes/themeName/favicons
>>>>>>>> Good timing to add it for Tiki19 ?
>>>>>>>> Bernard
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Sounds like we need a sample theme with all possible folders and a few
READMEs as a starter?




On Thursday, October 11, 2018, Brendan Ferguson <drsassafras@gmail.com>
wrote:

>
>
> Brendan
>
>
>
> On Oct 11, 2018, at 10:35 AM, Torsten Fabricius <torsten@tiki.org> wrote:
>
> +1 to create this (empty) folder by default!
>
> + 1 what he said
>
> Regards,
> Torsten
>
> On 10/11/2018 04:21 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> …
> I agree with you Torsten that the actual setup is great but this is a kind
> of another discussion.
> If someone want to talk about this please open a create a thread.
>
>
> I don't suggest changing anything about the setup or the way Tiki work.
> Actually we have a feature that work using "themes/themeName/favicons"
>
> Unlike the folder fonts or icons this folder has to be created manually.
>
> My proposal is to create this with an index.php file by default.
> Used or not it won't change the existing just avoiding an exception.
>
> Bernard
>
> On 11 Oct 2018, at 16:23 , Torsten Fabricius <torsten@tiki.org> wrote:
>
> Hello Bernard, Gary, Brendan (and all),
>
> I am not sure, if I find it makes sense to have a themes folder, but to
> put custom themes to another folder _custom.
>
> For years we had to spread themes related files to various places and to
> now have it at one place is just awesome.
>
> For a new theme designer we need only to tell:
>
> "go to the tikiroot to the folder themes, create or copy a theme
> 'themes/mythemename', put themespecific css to the css subfolder, js to the
> js subfolder, templates to the templates subfolder" etcetera.
>
> From my point of view the current setup is awesome and self-explaining to
> a high extent. We should not lose that simple logic.
>
> on the other hand I find it a good plan to collect all non-theme-specific
> custom files in a central folder custom or _custom.
>
> My 2 cent.
>
> Torsten
>
>
>
> On 10/11/2018 03:04 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>
> Hi Gary,
>
> I understand that in this scenario, custom themes, fonts, etc. wouldn't be
> put in the themes directory any more; they'd go to _custom. See
> https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp . I
> don't know what the timeline for this revamp is.
>
>
> I understand the same… if no changes.
>
>
> In the meantime (not defined as you mentioned) we have an already working
> feature using that pattern.
>
> So I think it would be good to handle favicons like icons or custom CSS
> and either put them in one location so they're used no matter what theme is
> used, or put them in a theme's directory so they're used only with that
> theme. Maybe that's how they work now but I haven't tested it.
>
>
> Yes it is already working that way. (and that's why I started this)
> The folder just doesn't exist. The admin has to create it and most of the
> time he will omit our "index.php" file that prevent misuse.
>
> About your original question, it doesn't seem to me that there's
> necessarily a relationship between favicons and themes except that they can
> be user-uploaded. At tiki.org for example, several themes are used but
> only one favicon (or one set of favicons) is used. The favicon doesn't
> change as the theme changes, although this could be the case.
>
>
> Herr…. I don't think that tiki.org is a good example for the common usage
> of a Tiki. :-)
>
> This said, Brendan did a good job meaning that you can still use a single
> favicon for several themes (t.o case)
> Having a favicons folder won't change anything as long as you don't put
> something in it (and the feature is activated).
>
> https://doc.tiki.org/Favicon
>
>
> … I have the feeling that I'm making noise by explaining how work an
> existing feature that most don't know or use (yet).
> May be you better test (and enjoy) ?
>
> Bernard
>
>
>
>
>
> On 11 Oct 2018, at 14:37 , Gary Cunningham-Lee <gary_c@cunningham-lee.com>
> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> As I understand it, the purpose of the _custom directory is just as you
> say, to avoid spreading website content over several directories. So
> instead of mixing Tiki package files and uploaded files such as in the
> themes directory, everything uploaded for a site would go in the _custom
> directory. Then just one directory needs to be archived or copied and it
> only contains custom content, not a mix of custom and package files. I
> understand that in this scenario, custom themes, fonts, etc. wouldn't be
> put in the themes directory any more; they'd go to _custom. See
> https://dev.tiki.org/File%20and%20directory%20structure%20revamp . I
> don't know what the timeline for this revamp is.
>
> About your original question, it doesn't seem to me that there's
> necessarily a relationship between favicons and themes except that they can
> be user-uploaded. At tiki.org for example, several themes are used but
> only one favicon (or one set of favicons) is used. The favicon doesn't
> change as the theme changes, although this could be the case. So I think it
> would be good to handle favicons like icons or custom CSS and either put
> them in one location so they're used no matter what theme is used, or put
> them in a theme's directory so they're used only with that theme. Maybe
> that's how they work now but I haven't tested it.
>
> — Gary
>
>
>
> This was discussed at TikiFest Japan in October 2017
>
> On 10/11/2018 6:57 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>
> Thanks Gary for your comment.
> (_custom directory https://doc.tiki.org/Path-structure)
> Short answer:
> The actual "Favicons" feature work that way and is using
> themes/themeName/favicons.
> I'm not suggesting any change of the existing way things work.
> I propose we avoid an extra step (creating the folder) by having one ready
> to be used (like we have fonts, icons, images, etc).
> Deeper:
>
> As far as putting it in themes/themeName, favicons aren't particularly
> related to themes, are they?
>
> I think favicons and themes are related from the user / customer point of
> view.
> It will be for the same reason and generally by the same person (graphic)
> that both, themes and favicons will be created, added or modified.
> If we can have fonts and icons there is no reason favicons would go
> somewhere else.
> Practically, I don't see any interest we would have to make website
> designers to use several folders spreads over a Tiki.
> I see very convenient to give ftp access to a single folder (the theme
> folder) to a external people or team (designers).
> Bernard
>
> On 11 Oct 2018, at 12:06 , Gary Cunningham-Lee <gary_c@cunningham-lee.com
> <mailto:gary_c@cunningham-lee.com <gary_c@cunningham-lee.com>>> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> The _custom directory was added to contain user content like favicons and
> even themes, I think. The idea is to have everything that's added for a
> Tiki instance all in one directory for easy portability, etc. I haven't
> heard much about this lately, though.
>
> As far as putting it in themes/themeName, favicons aren't particularly
> related to themes, are they? Or are you also thinking in terms of custom
> stuff being in one place?
>
> — Gary
>
>
> On 10/11/2018 3:18 PM, Bsfez Tiki wrote:
>
> Hello,
> We have in Tiki since Tiki17 a Favicons preference / feature to ease the
> use and set favicons for the different device that reads it.
> Beside doing what it says, It helps to have all the extra files and
> customisation enclosed inside the theme folder.
> I think it would good to promote it (having more visible).
> As we have : themes/themeName/fonts
> I think it would be ok to have : themes/themeName/favicons
> Good timing to add it for Tiki19 ?
> Bernard
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