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So, I’ve got the WordPress side of my site all tricked out and looking awesome with this theme. I’m wondering how much you would charge for a matching MediaWiki theme (preferably using BootStrapSkin as a base). That’s more than half of my site, and I’d really like the transition from one part to the other to be less jarring.
On a side note, I’m using a Child of SKT Full Width only because I can’t help but tinker some, and I’m not using the theme entirely as originally intended.
My site can be seen at rpgwiki.us and rpgwiki.us/wiki
I am not sure. So basically you need us to match the mediawiki website to the theme colors etc?
Is that so? Or do you also need it setting up properly because the current site in mediawiki also doesn’t look good.
I’d want the mediawiki site to look as much like the WordPress site as possible, including getting as much of the menus in the same places, matching the colors, and styling. You’re right that right now the mediawiki site is a mess. I just transitioned to the newest version of MediaWiki, and my old skin isn’t compatible, so I switched to something I can adjust over time, but CSS isn’t my specialty, so it’ll take me a LONG time to get the skin fixed.
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