Pete

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  1. Should both be set to 14px now on mobile/tablet sizes.
  2. Okay, I think the main offending items have been dealt with in terms of odd/broken layouts since the upgrade aside from one or two things like new fonts creeping in. If you spot anything that I've missed that looks obviously broken, please post it here. It may be that some are new design choices by the forum software developers but please list them anyway and I'll look at each of them as soon as possible.
  3. There's just a few weird things really - a border to get rid of around all the content and the top of the screen not lining up too well. I'll get the most glaringly obvious ones sorted tonight.
  4. I've just upgraded the forums due to an important security patch being released. There was a bit of a dilemma in that the forum upgrade was guaranteed to break the theme that blended the forum software into the rest of the site design as it was a fairly major release that contained the fix. I chose to upgrade the forums anyway as the security issue was big enough to warrant a little discomfort in the short-term. Please bear with me over the next 24 hours as I get things looking back to normal again.
  5. @Mustafa Online it will rely on a lot of files in the wire directory but in theory most things should be able to be overridden without changing files outside of the admin theme. To be honest I've not looked at this particular admin theme (no time recently) so I'm not even sure where to start. Hopefully you'll be able to work it out but please do ask questions if you get stuck.
  6. This also appears to be the last blog post: https://processwire.com/blog/posts/new-2.8-version-current-projects-and-pw-usage/ - suggests it's ready for others to tinker with (the original idea with that theme was for Ryan to build the framework and others to come up with designs).
  7. Since that's the master branch I don't think that's a problem? There's nothing drastically changed in the ProcessWire admin interface since May. Indeed - the two built-in admin themes haven't had an update in 4 months so they're all up to date: https://github.com/processwire/processwire/tree/master/wire/modules/AdminTheme The dev branch shows that the main admin theme has had an update recently for improving appearance of language tabs but I'm not sure whether that is required for the other two - I'd guess it would be addressed before it hits the master branch though: https://github.com/processwire/processwire/commit/651e8bd20c1f7bf13c08a2098f862adf82700a28
  8. Hi Pete, I remember you talking years ago about a hotel booking module. Did you ever progress this? 

  9. Thanks Dave - I've fixed the form URL.
  10. Thanks! It is largely UIKit with some CSS alterations and a couple of hundred extra lines of CSS added in. It's really not far from what UIKit gives you out of the box and as such I more or less designed it in the browser - I don't think I've even got a mock-up of it in Photoshop! The only problem with that approach is I'll have to steer away from UIKit a bit more for the next one or they could all end up looking pretty similar
  11. I finally re-launched Notanotherdotcom - my business website. Things were looking a little dated for a few years, but finding some spare time to give it an overhaul was difficult (I'm sure that resonates with a lot of people here). There's still more content to go on. I'm working through some more recent projects to put on the portfolio but I want to do a bit of a write-up for each one rather than just keep putting up isolated screenshots without much description of what work actually went into each project. It also has a blog where ProcessWire will definitely get a mention. I started writing the second article yesterday, titled "A Better CMS", but when I finally settled on my 3 main reasons for using ProcessWire it quickly began turning into 3 separate blog posts, so keep an eye out for those.
  12. Done: https://processwire.com/about/chat/ I included a sensible (I hope!) intro to say why people should consider using the forums for most questions and answers, and the chatroom as a place to hang out or get help in a hurry if someone's there.
  13. Thanks @Beluga - I'll look into that now for you.