I was thinkin of how nice it would be to be able to look up at the top where you select your themes from, or anywhere really, and be able to tell which theme you are using instead of having to change it to figure it out. Something like "Your Theme Is ***".
Thing is I don't have any idea how to make a mod. I've read Jack's tutorial on how to build a mod but it still didn't tell where to get the mod script or how to build the script to put inside of the thing. Just thought I'ld wish out loud. LOL
Yea I was playing with the header.pl file and just machanicaly put it in but it messes the themes up a bit so I was thinkin of putting it into a block but then that would need to be able to tell what theme was, in fact, loaded. I didn't know what to do to call this info up so right now it is just hacked into the header.pl files of each theme.
Eventually I will know what questions to ask for the correct commands and then I will be able to contribute more than just wishing for it. LOL
By the way, I was able to get your IRC chat installed and it works great but how do you have the front page link telling folks who is in IRC Chat? Mine just has a link to IRC Chat on the front page.
I downloaded your IRC Chat mod and configured it on my site from I don't know where now. The site used to be bright yellow but I can't remember where it is at. They mite have changed it by now. Anyway it doesn't matter now I've got it working ok. I thought that it was your mod but now I'm not sure.
Jack Deth said: I thought I saw this on your site already...
Or was that just a prototype?
it should be really easy...
Just a call to $themename or some string like that...
Would it work to create a .pl file to place in each theme folder and then use a string to call that .pl file up which would have the name of the theme written in it and tell it to write it in a block for that theme?
This way it could be set up as a mod to use in plugin.pl or maybe just hard coded in each theme as a hack.
I still don't know how to call things up or what commands to use such as $themename or &themename(); or anything.