Technical Note 29.12.2013 - Website under maintenance // ended - 2013.12.29
#16
If the theme is managed with a combination of php, javascript, html and css you should be able to change theme elements such as colours, graphics and such to match your own designs. For example, you should be able to replace the coloured menu bar at the top with your own banner graphic by inserting it as a background image for that element, and same goes for your sidebar and anything else you had custom graphics for.

I've done those sort of replacements in Drupal, which uses html, css, and php, and I think it also uses some javascript too, but I don't remember that for sure. It shouldn't be that different doing them in WordPress.
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I have been starting to get it more and more pleasant looking and unique, but I will work on it one step at a time and do it when I have some extra time over.
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#18
Yeah, developing the game has to take priority over the website, as long as the site at least works functionally that is. Wink
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