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    The obvious clue bat here is that Flarum is based on PHP glue scripts. So you're always going to suffer that. No matter what. Mitigate? Sure. To various degrees. But yer' still sufferin'. NodeJS makes sense. Especially modern times. Warts? Indubitably. But as do all things. Take the good with the not so good.

    tl;dr?? NodeBB scales really, really, really well! 😜

    And is kinda' fun to work with. Cuz the devs are at the least, tolerable, and other times... pretty cool, even. 😎 🕶

    I would suggest you explore db backend options. In particular, MongoDB and PostgreSQL. Investigate scaling the system. Then ponder doing similarly w/Flarum. No contest fer' me. But, as w/all things, your mileage may vary....

    Have fun! 🐕 🌴 🌴

    Edit: P.S.; Asciidoc rules! Markdown drools!

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    Thank you. I'll try to make my own plugin for it.

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    @online-0227 said in Can NodeBB apply different theme per each forums on index page (home or top)?:

    @scottalanmiller got it, thank you very much.

    No problem!

    Now if you made a plugin, I'm sure that there would be a way to do what you want, but it's not built in functionality.

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    4k Views - Lavender with a custom light/dark theme switcher in the header next to the search button.

    That's about it.

    Edit: Need to fix the avatars, 🙂

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    I don't believe this is currently implemented at this time. However you can manipulate the category.tpl the following way:

    Using the {cid} value, you can explicitly change the CSS based on the category number. Using a wrapper div or whatever you choose. I am currently manipulating div's to change styles and background image per category. This has worked for me. @psychobunny may implement a better solution for this but right now, this is the best way to do it and it works nicely.

    <div class="category-{cid}> ... </div>

    So the class would be .class-#, replace # with category number.
    That's the easy part, the headache would be of course styling per category of course, but hey... :squirrel: it shouldn't be a problem either.