So from what I’m gathering, your system will generate a style sheet that can be applied to this instance of the forum that will identify font sizes, line heights, etc. that is best for usability/readability?
If my system supported Discourse, it would do precisely that! But for now, I’ll just have to rip the styles off one of my forums and copypasta to get the results here.
The CSS I have is going to require some tweaking (Discourse changes things frequently, and I’d also like to address more details), so I’d need level 4 access to do it. I also have to install a Discourse Plugin to load Google Fonts if desired.
A future update to the GRT Calculator may well include Discourse-specific styles. I think my next 10 years online are going to be highlighted more by forums than by basic websites, and having a product along those lines makes sense from an alignment standpoint.
Independent installs use Docker, too, but only on some updates. In other words, the only time I interface directly with Docker is when updating it, and that only happens in like 35% of updates.
To this point, I’ve been under the impression that Docker was a side-loading tool to help with installs, but then again, my knowledge of the JS-framework environment is limited because I can’t fucking stand it