I could successfully installed “indigo” theme on a production instance using the guide described in the link above but have noticed that every time I run tutor local start -d I get error 500 internal server and have to stop tutor using tutor local stop and run again tutor local start without -d. The error then gone.
This has happened every time (about 5 times) I made a modification to the logo or a favicon and rebuild the images and start tutor -d (detached).
Other notice is that after running docker image ls -a I found a huge number of images apparently not used, image below :
Is is safe to delete these images and do we need to make a regular maintenance to the server for getting rid of those images that take a big amount of disk space on the server ?
And finally to install an other theme, that we could find on-line (exp. raccoon’s free themes, edx-bootstrap-theme), using tutor do we need to only :
1- Render the theme 2- Build the images 3- start the platform
or there are further steps before?
@SayHi Are you trying to install this theme? This repo was last updated 3 years ago, and the theme is supposed to be compatible with the Dogwood release, which is woefully updated. Nonetheless, if you would like to install this theme I suggest you open an upstream issue in their repo, as it appears that it has a bug: Incompatible units: 'rem' and 'px'.
Could you please point me to a compatible theme (other than indigo) because I have been searching for one week but found only older ones.
Unfortunately I can’t, because I don’t know one. This is pretty much the reason why we released Indigo: we believe the community sorely needs a good, customizable theme.
I wanted to try others before focusing on course creation and launching the platform. I think to a presentation home page (WordPress or static html )where the first time visitor gets an idea about the site and then a banner pointing to the platform with indigo theme.