(NNF should have some sort of "title" divider markup)
The problem with this has been:
* if you replace the favicon, you break git updates
* you would need to edit the htaccess to point it at another file, breaking git updates
However, I had never thought about your idea of having an alternative file that if-present would be used; I could that -- rather, if favicon.ico doesn’t exist, it would fall back to a favicon.default.ico. This can all be done in htaccess without requiring the user to edit or replace NNF files so I’m extremely happy you’ve answered this problem for me!
The logo is currently a background image. I was thining of making it an img tag in the HTML so that with theme options, a custom image can easily be specified.
• Colour scheme (alts)
Moving to themes with a config file would make this possible. When I first thought of doing colour alts, I would just clone the default theme and make minor adjustments, but with all the theme changes happening that would be a huge pain and too much redunancy. I’ll rearchitect so that the user can specify the colour-alt in the theme options and it’ll insert an extra stylesheet accordingly for the chosen colour
• Custom CSS
Yep, happy to do this.
Thanks for your suggestions, very welcome and right in line with what I want of NNF.