The main difficulty with adapting the theme to Tiki has been to convert it from a fixed-width page design to the fluid-width design needed to display Tiki's variable-width content.
- I used the left-column background image for the drop-down menus, and used the page background image for the left column.
- I don't look to see how Mambo handles the header image and header module. In this version, the module is in a floating div within the div that holds the header image.
- One of the main problems in porting a theme to Tiki is that this CMS tends to have a lot more features than the originating CMS, so choices have to be made about covering things that weren't in the original. That is, the sites that I saw using Mambo/Planetfall generally used non-Mambo components for blogs, galleries, forums, etc., so there is both a problem and opportunities in spreading the theme around to Tiki's additional features. For its part, Tiki tends to be over-specified with CSS identifiers, so a general descriptor in the original theme can be applied to a whole bunch of Tiki items en masse.
- Replacement of menu folder icons via CSS (doesn't work with Microsoft Internet Explorer). Original folder image deleted via a display: none, and the Planetfall black/white square background image, changed with CSS hover states, shows up twice in the mnu_application_menu, once for the flip and once for the section menu item - unplanned serendipity. Here's a normal menu:
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