I'm trying to make the GoPi theme full width. Also, how do I make the menu content be full width as well? How can I accomplish both of these?
The best approach is to use the theme boilerplate. You can read more about that here: https://docs.vanillaforums.com/developer/theme-boilerplate/
Although you are "forced" to learn a few things about some built tools, it has the advantage that styling special elements like e.g. tables becomes quite easy because the css source is split into files which gives you the opportunity to work exactly on the elements you need
Dusty Springfield making no real effort at miming to one of her classic songs, Wishing and Hoping.
Dig the 60's groove man. Those dancers. And Mr Trumpet caring even less about looking live than Dusty.
Update php version. This is a common problem with 7.0
As @vrijvlinder stated, you can just set the $Configuration['Garden']['MobileTheme'] to the same thing as your$Configuration['Garden']['Theme'] value. That will cause Vanilla to use the same mobile and desktop theme. That alone does not a make a theme "responsive" though, the theme itself needs to consider various device sizes and dimensions and make the appropriate considerations.
That will require a lot of custom CSS of your own, or custom theme that has already done that. If you would like to see an example of a Vanilla Forum that does make these considerations, and provides a good experience on desktop and mobile I'd recommend you take a look at the design of the recently launched Ovarian Cancer Canada forum.
Oh wait, font face isn't even set through _typographie.scss
There is the /src/scss/base/_variables.scss file which purpose is to gather all the common styles people might want to be able to easily change them. You definitly should chang the font face there and recompile the css
The hotkey was set on "t"
I'll assume it was a mere aprils fool?
Keyboard, ye say ;-)
Following that reasoning:
Here is a key board
With keys even if you didn't hang any on it.
It is also called a key hook - it comes with a theme.
So it is a question about theme hooks ? ;-)