Thanks to Ben Kraal, who noticed a small bug in the Dayvan source, that I’ve now fixed. There was a small discrepancy with the custom colour declaration of post dates.
I’ve updated the source, and it can be downloaded from the usual location.
If you spot any bugs, let me know. Thanks!
I finally got around to updating Dayvan Mini to include custom colours. I’ve tried to make the colours as customisable as possible, to allow for as much creativity as possible, but I’m open to introducing an even greater level of control if you ask nicely.
Here’s a shot that shows just how customisable it is (I take no responsibility for any epileptic fits induced by this screenshot):
Click it to see fullsize.
Custom CSS and colors are both fully supported.
My apologies. Custom colours are not, in fact, fully supported. Yet. I had intended to add the functionality before release, but completely forgot. It’s late now, but I’ll get this added tomorrow.
Custom CSS, however, is fully supported.
Dayvan Mini is a Tumblr theme based on the Dayvan Wordpress theme. It’s minimal, simple, and light. A great look for any Tumblr.
Installation is simple. Just copy the theme code (below) into the “Custom HTML” panel of the Tumblr theme page. Custom CSS and colors are both fully supported.
Any questions should be directed to the e-mail address on this page.
There may be periodic updates to the theme if I encounter any bugs or formatting issues, so you might consider following this Tumblr account, where I’ll post the updates.
That’s it! Get the theme code here!
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