[Solved] Lavender Theme Issues after 0.5.1 Upgrade?



  • Hello, folks.

    Lately I didn't have much time to work on NodeBB docs and my own projects, sorry. (same reason I didn't respond to any topics here)

    I finally got some time to upgrade my still unfinished website to version 0.5.1 and got these issues on the main page:
    foijiftjg.png

    The categories are being displayed weirdly and I'm also having problems with the width of the main page. The "dynamic / fixed width" button isn't there any more. Also, the sidebar container and the categories are very close together (not visible on the screenshot).

    Any clue? I wonder what I did wrong this time...
    ~ Netto



  • Can you try running the following

    npm install nodebb-theme-lavender@latest
    npm install nodebb-theme-vanilla@latest

    Then clear your cache & reload NodeBB.



  • I'd remove the themes, then reinstall them. I had an issue yesterday with the themes after upgrading and these were the commands I needed to run.

    npm rm -rf nodebb-theme-lavender
    npm rm -rf nodebb-theme-vanilla
    npm i

    Installing the @latest themes pulled incompatible files with the 0.5.1 build.



  • @Ted said:

    I'd remove the themes, then reinstall them. I had an issue yesterday with the themes after upgrading and these were the commands I needed to run.

    npm rm nodebb-theme-lavender
    npm rm nodebb-theme-vanilla
    npm i

    Installing the @latest themes pulled incompatible files with the 0.5.1 build.

    You would have needed to use -rf with that command as they're folders, not files. 😛 But fair enough. I'm attempting an upgrade on my test server to make sure. 👍



  • @a_5mith I have no idea what you mean by that 😉



  • @Ted If you're removing a folder in Ubuntu, you would need to add -rf or it won't work. The -r part means recursive, so it would remove the nodebb-theme-lavender folder, and any folder inside it. Without the -r part, you would get file is a directory, not deleting. Or words to that effect. The -f is just to do it without needing you to ok each folder.



  • @a_5mith, Oh I knew that haha. I was trying to play coy and ninja edit.
    Of course, that's impossible when you're 11 minutes late to the party.



  • @Ted said:

    @a_5mith, Oh I knew that haha. I was trying to play coy and ninja edit.
    Of course, that's impossible when you're 11 minutes late to the party.

    Fashionably late.
    🎩
    😎
    👔
    👖
    👢👢

    Edit: It's rayman.



  • @a_5mith @Ted

    I tried those solutions already. Sadly, they didn't have any effect. Cache is cleared, NodeBB is restarted. Maybe I dun goofed again. To be honest, I find git very confusing and I don't like the upgrade process of NodeBB. Maybe I made a mistake somewhere.

    Even though I'm a Java and .NET developer, I never came around using git for some reason.



  • @Netto-Hikari said:

    @a_5mith @Ted

    I tried those solutions already. Sadly, they didn't have any effect. Cache is cleared, NodeBB is restarted. Maybe I dun goofed again. To be honest, I find git very confusing and I don't like the upgrade process of NodeBB. Maybe I made a mistake somewhere.

    Even though I'm a Java and .NET developer, I never came around using git for some reason.

    So you did the ./nodebb upgrade bit? What widgets/plugins are you running?



  • @a_5mith Yes, I did do the upgrade bit.

    I'm using no widgets currently. They have been deleted / disabled when I tried switching themes a few days ago (my website is more a testing ground than an actual production website). These are my current plugins. I'm gonna try and disable them to check if one of them is causing the issues.

    3.png 2.png 1.png 0.png

    Edit: Yes, a plugin is causing it. Let's check it...



  • Double post for solution: Shuffle Signature is the culprit.


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