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"which theme", "how to remove footer", "give me a link to a bootstrap theme", "show me screenshot of that theme"
Honestly? You've wasted your "I'm the new guy" Joker on question which are one search query away. How many people do you think are left to give you real support if you need it?
You gave a clear picture of yourself not being willing to do anything on your own and you are asking for service, not advice. I would say that you need one of the following two things:
1. a paid solution where you as the customer has the right to demand
2. a change of your expectations/mindset towards OS and the OS communities
I don't know if it is saved correct, but the question is: how do you display it? are you using the format class like that
Gdn_Format::html($value)? You certainly need to know the real format.
Except that doesn't work. There's no
<a href='#Comment_999999'>in the HTML, only
<li id='Comment_999999'>(at least in the Vanilla installation I participate in), so the link only takes you to the correct page, not the specific comment.
In order to link to a comment, nothing more than the id is needed since that is [part of the HTML 4 spec](: https://www.w3.org/TR/html401/struct/links.html#h-12.2.3 "part of the HTML 4 spec")
The editor has some options which are deactivated. You can see which options are available here: github.com/vanilla/vanilla/blob/master/plugins/editor/class.editor.plugin.php#L80-L110
There is no "align justify" option. You would have to write some custom CSS which adds
text-align: justify to the main text so that the buttons modify that.
I think that would make sense anyway. Here in this forum all text is aligned left so the left align button wouldn't make sense...
You can see that configuration also in the routes in the dashboard, and it is called the DefaultController.
So when you look at the config.php you will find:
$Configuration['Routes']['DefaultController'] = array('discussions', 'Internal');
Therefore something like
$homepage = array_shift(c('Routes.DefaultController')); should be what you are looking for.