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Admin Theme Canvas
jploch posted a topic in Themes and ProfilesAdmin Theme Canvas A minimal admin theme with optimised page editor UI, based on Uikit 3. Currently this is close to stable, but users are advised to be cautious and test thoroughly. This theme is tested in all major Browsers including IE 11, Edge (>85), Chrome (>85), Firefox (>81), Safari (>11). If you find any bugs or have ideas for improvements, feel free to post your feedback. Download from Github Download from Modules Page Features Minimal black and white admin theme Fixed masthead navigation Direct access to page tree navigation inside page dropdown Less distraction for editors (when editing a page, the tabs are displayed as a dropdown menu inside the main navigation) Options to customise the ui Less distraction for editors Direct access to page tree navigation inside dropdown Page tree Options to customise the ui Login (inspired by AdminThemeBoss) Requirements Process Wire 3.0.100 or greater Installation Go to “Modules > Site > Add New“ Paste the Module Class Name “AdminThemeCanvas“ into the field “Add Module From Directory“ Click “Download And Install“ On the overview, click “Download And Install“ again… On the following screen, click “Install Now“ Go to your user profile page and change the theme to Admin Theme Canvas
Beta test for AdminThemeTweaker
Chris Bennett posted a topic in Module/Plugin Developmenthttps://github.com/chrisbennett-Bene/AdminThemeTweaker Inspired by @bernhard's excellent work on the new customisable LESS CSS getting rolled into the core soon, I thought I would offer up the module for beta testing, if it is of interest to anyone. It takes a different approach to admin styling, basically using the Cascade part of CSS to over-ride default UiKit values. Values are stored in ModuleConfig Module creates a separate AdminThemeTweaker Folder at root, so it can link to AdminThemeTweaker.php as CSS AdminThemeTweaker.php reads the module values, constructs the CSS variables then includes the CSS framework Can be switched on and off with a click. Uninstall removes everything, thanks to bernhard's wonderful remove dir & contents function. It won't touch your core. It won't care if stuff is upgraded. You won't need to compile anything and you don't need to touch CSS unless you want to. It won't do much at all apart from read some values from your module config, work out the right CSS variables to use (auto contrast based on selected backgrounds) and throw it on your screen. You can configure a lot of stuff, leave it as it comes (dark and curvy), change two main colors (background and content background) or delve deep to configure custom margins, height of mastheads, and all manner of silly stuff I never use. Have been developing it for somewhere around 2 years now. It has been (and will continue to be) constantly tweaked over that time, as I click on something and find something else to do. That said, it is pretty solid and has been in constant use as my sole Admin styling option for all of those 2 years. If nothing else, it would be great if it can provide any assistance to @bernhard or other contributor's who may be looking to solve some of the quirkier UiKit behavior. Has (in my opinion) more robust and predictable handling of hidden Inputfields, data-colwidths and showIf wrappers. I am very keen to help out with that stuff in any way I can, though LESS (and any css frameworks/tools basically) are not my go. I love CSS variables and banging-rocks-together, no-dependency CSS you can write with notepad.
Admin Theme login screen
jploch posted a topic in Themes and ProfilesHey folks, Iam working on a new Admin Theme, based on AdminThemeReno, which I would like to release for the public soon. Now I want to style the login page to fit the look and feel of the backend. After some research, I found out that I have to set the "$config->defaultAdminTheme = 'AdminThemeName' " inside my site config.php file to load all the styles from my admin theme on the login page instead of the default ones. Is it possible to set this via api from my Admin Theme settings, without the need of editing the config file?
How To "RTL" AdminTheme Core Files?
Mustafa-Online posted a topic in Themes and ProfilesI'm Developing an "RTL" Language Website & I Use "AdminThemeUiKit" Which i can RTL Easily, The Problem is With jQuery-Ui CSS Files + Other Core Modules (Each Module Has It's Own CSS Files), What The Best Way To Accomplish What I Want ??
What Happened To "AdminThemeUikit" ?!
Mustafa-Online posted a topic in Themes and ProfilesWhat is the dev. status of "Admin Theme Uikit" ? Last Commit on github was on May!
marcus posted a topic in Themes and ProfilesUpdate: Apertus is abandoned in favor of a fork of the far more advanced Admin Theme Reno, "SuperReno". Download the current version on GitHub: https://github.com/marcus-herrmann/AdminThemeSuperReno An AdminTheme meant for developers Still en route to an enhanced version of the Knowledge Base Site Profile I'm now releasing an AdminTheme suited for said profile, sharing its design. This is, as usual, an early, not yet heavily tested release. It is intended to be activated for superusers only, since other themes such as Modesta or the default one are much more apt to customers and editors. Requirements Current ProcessWire 2.4.X Developement version A modern browser (but I think that's the last thing a developer is missing) Download | Project on GitHub Features Some of us work on a large number of ProcessWire installations at once. The following options aim to customize your backends to that extent that you can tell them apart within miliseconds and without looking at the URL. Therefore, within the theme's configuration (meaning: the module's settings), you can change the following: Environment indicator When using a development, staging and production version of a project, use this little switch in the theme's setting to indicate which installation you're currently on. Set main color In order to not confuse installations using Apertus, "color brand" them. Use hex, rgb(a), hsl(a), or named CSS values to your liking, but remember to apply a relatively dark color to prevail contrast. Set project name Lastly, name project backends. Shortcuts Search the forums from within every page of your ProcessWire backend Have all the important API documentation links at hand Check for new modules from every page using the tools upper right (refresh icon) Installation Copy all files from the ZIP archive to your /site/modules/ApertusAdminTheme/ directory. Click "Check for new modules" in ProcessWire Admin Modules screen. Click install for the module labeled: "Apertus Admin Theme". Background The design of this Admin Theme is based on my Knowledge Base Site Profile. Also, it is created to accompany a newer version of said Site Profile. This is the first version of Apertus, not yet heavily tested and therefore bleeding edge. Please use with caution. I named it "Apertus" (latin for open, uncovered) because of the default state of the main navigation (Page, Modules, Access,...). This is a pre-release (0.0.1) needing current dev version of PW to prepare for ProcessWire 2.5. Please help me improving the theme by reporting bugs on GitHub. Thanks! Roadmap Things I intend to implement/change in future versions: Making useful links configurable Proper responsive behaviour Refactoring JS Remove Compass dependency when compiling theme's CSS /edit: Added screenshots clarifying where to find theme's settings