How can I accomplish that?
I've copied the catagories.tpl from Vanilla to Persona, enabling me to use Persona's mobile menu with Vanilla's categories style, both.
I usually make a custom.less file and put all my edits in there with or without the !important tag, as needed. @frissdiegurke 's fix should work as well.
I had the same problem and this trick still worked for me! Thanks 🙂
Did you get this working @Aditya-Tripathi ?
If you make a menu.tpl in lavender it will overwrite the one from vanilla so thats one way of doing it. Or you can fork vanilla and do the changes in your fork and make that a new theme.
Solved! Well, Uberspace ...
Hope that will help other users to run NodeBB with Uberspace. The problem was the run-file I used for the daemon.
This is my new code. ([USER]/etc/[YOUR-SERVICE]/run😞
In the official NodeBB documentation the preffered method to start is ./nodebb start.
Don't follow third party tutorials in this case ... NodeBB seems unstable with other methods to start.
I will test it further, but for now it seems to work pretty well.