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--chris collman 12:27, 29 March 2010 (UTC)
Frankly, the themes set of pages needs some focus and then reorganization. This template is one example. The reasons someone is going to be at "Themes" is to find site admin settings, to learn about customization, and maybe the config.php settings. They might even be a lost teacher.:)
* Theme basics (I like this) * Theme reference (Could be useful but it is sort of empty and 2.0 will change?) * Themes 2.0 (I like this) * Theme settings (Wanders from site admin block settings) * Theme directory (Moodle config.php file settings, not directory/folder in 'basics", and not needed on the template) * Chameleon theme (I think is useful) * Custom corners (too specific to be on this template) * Sources (This is a list of "See also", why not there) * Standards (Another page that is fluff) * W3C validation (Many pages link here, so I guess) * Theme config file (I like the intent) * Themes FAQ (Absolutely belongs)
Guess I better post a comment in Theme forum. Best to all.
- Hi Chris, on first glance I think you're right. Will have a look. --Frank Ralf 20:51, 29 March 2010 (UTC)