Conceptual problem about themes
I’m facing a problem about creating bp themes.
I’ve done my best to create a non intrusive way to style BuddyPress, only working on the site-wide css and images. Adding the css and images (that could be in a folder different to “images” folder) makes the trick: light, simple, immediate.
In this way i know that my themes will be always compatibles with the future svn or versions of BP.
But there is a problem: obviously WordPressMU will never recognize my themes as themes, and so i’m forced to add all the theme pages, and all the member theme pages i presume, although the member page is empty (i style everything in a site wide mode). and so i feel frustrated, having styled bp in the most “light” way, but forced to add tons of stuff to my .zip files.
Could you suggest me a better way to work on this? I only need that user add a site wide css file in its “css” folder, and my images in a “new images” (or similar) folder to change both home and member, but what’s the best way to distributing this to users?
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