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Ehren

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  1. Something like this will do the job.. #elUserNav{ position: absolute; background: rgba(0,0,0,.6); border-radius: 4px; color: #fff; padding: 2px 10px; -webkit-backdrop-filter: blur(6px); backdrop-filter: blur(6px); } [dir='ltr'] #elUserNav{ right: 0; } [dir='rtl'] #elUserNav{ left: 0; } If you need help beyond that, it would be best to ask future questions in the Theme Assistance forum, since this forum is technically for Feedback and suggestions.
  2. The breaking point for the responsive theme starts at 979px and is hard-coded throughout dozens of css files. Version 4.x was written years ago with the assumption that anything less than 980px was likely a tablet/mobile device, so the mobile layout should be shown. That assumption of course isn't entirely correct these days since there are a bunch of different screen sizes and devices, so I imagine the next major version of Invision Community will address this with a simple setting. In the mean time, it's unfortunately quite difficult to change this break point, so I don't have a simple
  3. For future reference, the height of the banner can be controlled by one css variable in 4.5, so you don't need media queries or multiple css selectors. For example, this will increase the header height to 300px: :root{ --header--height: 300px; } Or if you only want to edit the height of the mobile header, simply use: :root{ --responsive-header--height: 100px; } From there, you'd then use the "Logo height" setting to control the height of the logo. So if you've set your header to 300px and want your logo to be 150px in height, you'd change the setting to 50%
  4. Hello, The Carbon theme from the demo board is the exact same one as the downloadable version. If your site looks different, it's likely because you need to setup your blocks using the Block Manager 🙂 Blocks aren't imported by the theme, so there's no way to "duplicate" the demo board without manually doing it yourself. I hope that clears up any confusion!
  5. This will be possible with one line of css in 4.5 🙂
  6. The theme system simply isn't built to support automatic light/dark colour schemes yet. It would likely require a complete rebuild of the entire frontend theme, which is far too much of an undertaking for a smaller update such as 4.5. With that said, it's simple enough to offer your visitors a choice of light and dark themes which they can select using the "Theme" menu at the bottom of your site. 🙂
  7. A short while ago we revealed the new look Admin CP for Invision Community 4.5. The focus was on increasing the workspace, brightening and modernising the look. However, for some this new look was perhaps a little too bright, especially when setting your OS to use dark mode. Rather than cause an increase in sales for sunglasses, we went ahead and implemented a dark mode for the Admin CP. You can set it to work inline with your OS preference, or you can choose to enforce light or dark mode. I'm sure the next question you're about to ask is "Hey Ehren that looks ama
  8. Upgrading between major versions from version 3 to version 4 will usually involve issues like this. Upgrading between minor versions such as 4.4 to 4.5 won't result in "lost data".
  9. Thanks for the welcomes! Can't wait to start implementing some nice updates into Invision Community for everyone in future versions. Stay tuned! 🙂
  10. Invision Community has come a long way over the past five years. We've added many new features and invigorated the front-end user experience to keep it current and in-line with modern interfaces. One area that has remained largely the same is the Admin Control Panel. When we released Invision Community 4.0 back in 2014, the Admin Control Panel was updated but has stayed relatively dormant since. But that's all about to change with the upcoming release of Invision Community 4.5! The Admin Control Panel in 4.5 has received a substantial update, resulting in a
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