I've noticed a problem connected with the GUI and custom styling while i was working on a theme. The thing is that some (a lot tbh) classes are being overrided by a standart Automad CSS. Of course there can be temporary solution, like defining every problematic class with a custom styles, but does not seem to be a good one. So I suppose, there can be a better one. For example, to define classes for GUI more accurately.
khomutovspace Hi, I know there are some elements overridden. Unfortunately the issue is that the GUI is based on a framework which is styling some base elements like headlines and links. It would be quite some work to change the framework or develop a new one. The safest thing would be to be more specific with the theme classes. At least for now until there is a better solution.
Ok, thank you for the answer! (and for the CMS, it's amazing!)
khomutovspace Hi, I just released an update. It should resolve most of the conflicts.
mad is there an option to update system while it is on localhost?
khomutovspace Sure! Do you have any error message?
mad Yeah, it just doesn't check for updates and shows default update error (sry, don't remember the text)
khomutovspace It’s probably caused by missing SSL certificates.
mad Sure, but how can there be SSL on a localhost. I use MAMP virtual server to develop site before uploading it to the natural one.
khomutovspace It has to do with some cURL operations. MAMP is known for having certificate issues with cURL due to a missing ca-cert bundle. It shouldn’t be a problem with XAMPP.
mad Is there an ability to update it manually via replacing some files from a newer version to the previous installed one?
khomutovspace Sure, you can in this case just replace the automad directory. However, other updates will also require you to replace the lib directory. And in case you are using the Standard themes, also their directory.