Admin theme

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ProcessWire 3.0.99 core updates

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This latest version of the core adds a lot of useful new options for affecting the appearance of inputs in the Uikit admin theme. This version also adds a handy new config setting to disable HTTPS requirements in dev/staging environments. More 

ProcessWire 3.0.85 core updates

Version 3.0.85 of the ProcessWire core has numerous small adjustments and tweaks, plus it adds new collapsed notifications support and new configurable labels for checkbox fields. More 

ProcessWire 3.0.84 core updates

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This week we've got a newly updated ProcessWire installer, some nice upgrades to our user profile editor, along with more updates to the new Uikit admin theme that was recently added to the core. More 

More admin theme updates

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This week we're getting down into some of the smaller details of the Uikit admin theme. We take a look at that in this post, along with a couple of screenshots. More 

Uikit 3 admin theme updates

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This week we've got another update to the new Uikit 3 based admin theme, AdminThemeUikit. It now has the flavor of Tom Reno's fantastic AdminThemeReno, and we think you'll like the result. In this post we take a closer look with screenshots and more. More 

ProcessWire 3.0.61 master

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This week we've merged the dev branch to the master branch for ProcessWire version 3.0.61 master. This replaces the existing master version 3.0.42. There is quite a lot in this new version and we'll cover much of it here in this post. More 

ProcessWire 3.0.56 and Uikit admin theme updates

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This week we have a new core version on the development branch and some nice updates to our Uikit admin theme in development. This post covers them in detail, includes a screencast and links to a live demo of the updates. More 

ProcessWire 3.0.55 core updates

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This week we’ve got a new core version on the dev branch (3.0.55). This version has a whole bunch of fixes and adjustments. It also adds a new drop-down page tree that we cover in more detail in this blog post. More 

ProcessWire 3.0.54 and Uikit 3 admin theme

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Last week's post indicated we may have the first [beta] version of the Uikit admin theme ready, and I’m glad to report that we've now got it ready for download on GitHub. In this post, we’ll describe what’s new, how to install it, and how to develop with it. More 

Demo of admin theme framework

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This week we've got a demo setup of the admin theme framework that's been written about in the last two weeks of posts. Read all about it here and try it out from our demo site. More 

Continuing work on new admin theme framework

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Last week we looked at progress on a new admin theme framework for ProcessWire. This week we’ll do the same, as development continues to move forward and we have a lot more screenshots to share (though keep in mind this is largely un-themed/stock). More 

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    15 March 2019
  • New post: This week we look at the latest version of ProcessWire, 3.0.127 with nearly 30 new commits resolving dozens of older issue reports and a couple useful new features— More
    1 March 2019
  • New post: This week we take a look at what’s in ProcessWire 3.0.126 which focuses largely on resolving issue reports, but also includes a handy new Page if() method— More
    15 February 2019

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