@jordanc @kchernenko @masha
This seems to be a problem with htaccess, when you do a fresh install it seems to set itself as using htaccess by default.
So by adding $config['site']['fancy'] = true; to config.php and adding the htaccess everything …
That is for hosted sites by status.net like http://evan.status.net/ for this you pay a fee. If you are hosting your own instance then you pay nothing other than your personal running costs of your site.
@jordanc I assume they are using a rule in their htaccess to direct to the 'home folder' when you first arrive at the site. I had the same thing set up on a test site on older versions of statusnet and it worked great but on the latest versions it s…
Which branch of the code are you using? I found that 1.0.0alpha2 never wrote the backgrounds.
Prior to that branch their was never a problem and with the backgrounds folder being set to 755 everything was fine. This permission was set on install.
If I am honest I really can't remember, it was month ago I played with status and I'm not in front of my server. Why not make up a page and try some stuff out, see what works and does not?
It's good for the soul :))
In the default install of status net they are not linked, they display by clicking separate links in the header or footer, I just made all the pages I wanted and created a menu at the top of each of those pages to link it all together.
So if you ma…
Not really, I am using standarded HTML code in any of the created files and they work fine and with selected theme CSS :)
If you take a look at the Powered By StatusNet plugin you can edit that like I have to make extra links etc. Not sure if it wo…
They are not HTML as such, look in the docs folder on your server and you will find them there like 'source' you can make new files and link them up, I did it like this:
I think this is what you are referring to :)