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Unfortunately, I do not know how to implement this into the main Lemmy branch, at least because of editing a lot of variables that broke all the old themes.

If you have any ideas on how to make it accessible to everyone from the “main box” - the community and I will be grateful.


Hi, I tried to make a classic interface for Lemmy. U can see this in uebishe.com My work is available for general use, if you want - you can find the necessary folders on my github. https://github.com/soverxxx/lemmy-ui https://github.com/soverxxx/lemmy It is necessary to install both of them. I will try to support Lemmy feature updates for this UI. A few clarifications: >- This UI only works when selecting the theme "Litera.css" > - Other themes don't work as they should > - I have already started developing a dark theme It still has a lot of bugs and redneck code (mine), but it's convenient to use it.
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I try twice’s make request pull, but he declined or deleted, idk. my main problems:

  • “webp” restrictions for previews up to 250px;
  • location of div (title + author info) below preview;
  • lack of text preview (which is available in the mobile version)

I try twice’s make request pull, but he declined or deleted, idk. my main problems:

  • “webp” restrictions for previews up to 250px;
  • location of div (title + author info) below preview;
  • lack of text preview (which is available in the mobile version)

Unfortunately, most step-by-step tutorials assume knowledge of many basic things, which are not always even mentioned. For example, recently one of the users tried to explain to me that you just need to use the command "docker build -t lemmy-ui. " and etc., but there is a funny problem: I didn’t even understand where (in which environment or in which program) I can use it, and where I can’t. And also what to do after.

And so everything turns into collecting a million needles in a haystack. Of course, I understand that this is an integral part of learning everything related to programming. But often life works in such a way that one person, a professional in his field, can spend 4 hours of his time, saving 400 hours for 100 beginners. At the same time, without such help from a professional, probably 95% of potential active users and novice developers can simply get stuck and abandon their interest.


In this case, your project will remain only for Linux geeks :(


Plz make video guide “how to edit the UI, make a docker image and deploy it to the cloud server.” It’s just unbearable. I’ve been fucking with this shit for the second week, I already hate this shit.


My beta version look like this, but I still don’t think it’s beautiful, because of the limitations I encountered. I think we’ll have to redo everything in a new way.


Hi, i wanna create new UI for Lemmy federations, but i have big problems with an understanding of linux system. I made a small improved version, but in my opinion it is not convenient and beautiful enough. Nevertheless, I have already made a pull request to add this css to the list of topics. Perhaps there are people here who will help me edit the original Lemmy-UI and install it on my VDS so that I can continue development. The main changes that I need to make for further development are described here: https://github.com/LemmyNet/lemmy-ui/issues/610 Of course, I tried to make a fork and edit it myself, but I just don't understand how to implement this into the docker/ansible installation. I meet a lot of mistakes and misunderstandings of the system design on the way (I'm talking about myself ignorance in this matter). That's why I'm looking for outside help, maybe someone has free time to improve Lemmy for the whole community, it would also be cool if you understood any Slavic language.

Hi, maybe u can help me? I started my own fed and i have the same problem.

Where i can find config.hjson for edit limits?

when i try change configurations thru: https://lem.ouraw.wtf/admin, there are no changes happening.

I read that I can make changes via config/config.hjson, and i found 2 files with this name on the “docker folder” thru SFTP. Still No changes.

How i can to get to config.hjson via putty maybe?


And i have one more question.

when i try change configurations thru: https://lem.ouraw.wtf/admin, there are no changes happening.

I read that I can make changes via config/config.hjson, and i found 2 files with this name on the “docker folder” thru SFTP. Still No changes.

How i can to get to config.hjson via putty maybe?



I wanna reskin for lemmy :) With full size preview and excerpt, but now i have something like this:



Thx. I’ll try it. But Anyway, I can’t find where I can erase

<source srcset="https://lem.ouraw.wtf/pictrs/image/98fab6dd-f762-47ce-873a-cc8c5446c491.jpeg?format=webp&amp;thumbnail=256" type="image/webp">


Change preview img sizes
Hello. I have already written my question, but your answer has greatly confused me. I found how I can edit CSS, I just connected via Filezilla to SFTP and made the changes I needed in "/var/lib/docker/overlay2/5a3c8300921407520fee8ff0ad1d8dbe1be7234e56fb77b6c39398aada06629a/merged/app/dist/assets/css/themes". But I'm stuck in the main problem. On the main page of the site, previews of topics are displayed in sequence: ``` <picture> <source srcset="https://led.ural.wtf/pictrs/image/98fab6dd-f762-47ce-873a-cc8c5446c491.jpeg?format=webp&thumbnail=256" type="image/webp"><source srcset="https://lem.ouraw.wtf/pictrs/image/98fab6dd-f762-47ce-873a-cc8c5446c491.jpeg"><source srcset="https://lem.ouraw.wtf/pictrs/image/98fab6dd-f762-47ce-873a-cc8c5446c491.jpeg?format=jpg&amp;thumbnail=256" type="image/jpeg"> <img class="img-fluid thumbnail rounded" src="https://lem.ouraw.wtf/pictrs/image/98fab6dd-f762-47ce-873a-cc8c5446c491.jpeg" alt="" loading="lazy"></picture> ``` Thus, because of **"&thumbnail=256"** I can't stretch the image by more than 256px (in CSS), otherwise it starts to spoil the quality. **My question is: how can I remove this part of the code via SFTP?** You sent me Lemmy UI, but due to ignorance of Linux and lack of readme/faq, I don't even understand what to do with it. And is it really necessary? After all, I have already successfully established my Lemmy Federation. [@nutomic@lemmy.ml](https://lemmy.ml/u/nutomic)

I’m trying to do a redesign with a new CSS style, but I ran into the problem that the preview images of the post are loaded as a size of about 256 by 256, this ruins all my plans.

I would also like to add some small excerpts under the title of the post.

By the way, maybe you already have ready-made developments or at least advice on where I can find the main page file?



Please write down the full guide on how I can edit CSS and html (if possible). I’m a designer and I don’t know much about Linux, but I really want to use your product.


In addition, I can draw a new layout for the community, more accurate and having a different arrangement of details. But I need the help of the authors or frontend dev.


Hi, i wanna create my own Federation, but original design rly scared me :D Unfortunately, I'm just a designer and don't understand Linux and installation. That's why I wanted to ask for your advice. How can I set my own styles via Cloud Server on Linux? Can I somehow connect via ftp to the server to update html/css files? Maybe there is some kind of guide? Or does the Lemmy structure not allow you to do this after uploading the site to the Cloud Server, because it is already rendered? [@nutomic@lemmy.ml](https://lemmy.ml/u/nutomic)