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  1. Sorry it's been a while since I last updated you guys on this theme. I was moving house when I started this theme and then I didn't have the internet for a few weeks and then I was ill. lol. But I'm all better now and I've continued developing this theme. Before you see the new screenshots of it's progress I just want to share what I found while developing this theme. I found the markup for the admin theme a bit messy. Styling all the fieldsets for example was quite a challenge because some fieldsets are within fieldsets and so you end up with this doubling up effect. As I started to discover more of the admin theme I realised there are a lot of user experience issues and some fieldsets can be quite heavy. Once I've finished this theme I would very much like to offer my help in suggestions for improving the overal experience of the admin. So I took all my learning into consideration and tried to think of the best way to develop a theme that I could build and suited ProcessWire's current way of presenting information; which so far has led me to this approach. I haven't included the header or footers in these screenshots because I'm still playing around with it. Example of editing Guest role: Example of editing Admin user: Example of editing Field module: As you can see it's changed quite a bit, but I'm feeling a lot more confident about where I want to go with this theme. I'll keep you guys updated in the following weeks as to when I'll release an alpha version of it so you guys can help me find any quirky bugs with it. Thanks for listening.
  2. Thanks Ryan. Ok I think I can work around it. It's not a massive requirement to get it working without Javascript it's just I was trying to build an admin theme which was as lean as possible and I don't see the need for Javascript being used to generate the PageList. Also there is a weird arrow that appears when the list loads. My thinking was to go back to basics and start from scratch. Nico. I'll send you a PM, and maybe you can help me get round some of the issues I'm having.
  3. Sorry I haven't been able to reply for a long time. I recently moved and then caught a horrible cold that really dragged me down. Could someone help me get the PageList working without Javascript?
  4. Can ProcessWire work without Javascript? I'm rebuilding the admin theme from the bottom up and I want to remove all (or as much as I can) of the jQuery UI and use my own. However I noticed that this breaks the homepage where all the templates are loaded. Can someone help me get this working without Javascript? Thanks.
  5. Imogen Heap plays the stage so well in this video, and I so want those gloves! http://t.co/aL5TDt8m

  6. "It doesn't matter what you ask, just that you ask." Great video by @skillshare http://t.co/XJTZjAOp

  7. Thanks guys. I'll let you know when I have a first release. For now you can see a preview of the interface. http://jsbin.com/aheres/17
  8. I've been wanted to start this theme for a while because ever since I first heard of ProcessWire I felt it needed a really calm theme, one void of clutter and noise. While I may have taken this one to the extreme, I'm hoping some will find it's simplicity refreshing. It will be optimised for mobile devices and you can customise the colours, even the grey. I look forward to posting more of my progress!
  9. This is gonna be so addictive at conferences I can tell. http://t.co/l2XERj2P

  10. One module of the new UI docs I'm working on http://t.co/qEpAGA2F

  11. Any idea how I add an event listener for input changes on either textarea? http://t.co/dD9EDMlB

  12. Thank you @codemirror I will gladly donate, what an awesome JavaScript component! #inBrowserEditor

  13. Who knew cats would dominate the internet; my fav so far on http://t.co/naFpHpTI is http://t.co/WcOVVHQn

  14. Can anyone suggest a documentation generator that's language agnostic? ie will generate docs from inline comments in html, css, js etc...

  15. Love these 60's styled ui elements http://t.co/cwQhS0aK

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