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  1. Admin Style Chroma This module provides a user interface to control the colors and typography of the AdminThemeUIKit backend theme for ProcessWire 3.0. The requirements are: PHP >= 7.x ProcessWire >= 3.0.179 AdminThemeUikit >= 0.3.3 Less >= 4 InputfieldColor >= 1.1.6 Installation The module can be installed from the Modules Directory or from the zip file archive from the main branch. When you first install the module, you will be taken to the configuration page that consists of four panes: Chroma Scheme Colors Using the color selectors, you can select the first color - your main color - and a second color if you wish - your accent color. Only the first color is required. The default color scheme installed by the module is a grayscale dark mode theme. Your main color does not got modified and gets applied to principal interface elements. If you are currently using the rock.less style as your admin style, this color gets applied to the @rock-primary LESS variable. Your second color gets desaturated. Current Palette Results In the background, depending on your mixer type either one or both of your color selections will be calculated and applied to eight master colors. These colors are displayed here. Your first color choice is applied without any modifications to palette color 3. Your second color choice (when applicable) is desaturated and treated according to your mixer type selection and applied to palette color 6. In general, colors 1-4 are applied to interface elements and their hover states. Colors 5-8 are applied to backgrounds and muted states. In UIKit parlance: Primary color = @chroma-lum-sat-3 Secondary color = @chroma-kum-sat-1 Muted color = @chroma-lum-sat-7 Default color = @chroma-lum-sat-6 Contrast rules are them applied to these colors to get regular and strong labels that are used to assure correct contrast to applied. Please Be Aware: The accessibility contrast threshold of 43% (the LESS default) is applied, but it is still possible to select color combinations that will evade readability scores from Google Lighthouse. Below the current palette dots you will se sample swatches and their hover states can be activated. Chroma Scheme Options The selections made here will alter the LESS files imported into the final admin.css and will either calculate a second color from the first one your select or use the second color. Color Mixer Type There are several mixers included. I'm always interested in other viable additions. Future versions of this module will likely include an ability to add your own custom select options to the interface to reference your own LESS include files. Single : This mixer mode takes your first color, and desaturates it in order to get the second color needed to build the theme palette. Contrast : This mixer mode takes your first color, negates it and desaturates it in order to get the second color needed to build the theme palette. Duotone : This mixer mode takes your first color and uses it to build out the top half of the palette, and takes your second color, desaturates it slightly, and uses it to build out the bottom half of the palette. Cool Harmony : This mixer takes your first color and spins its hue counterclockwise on the color wheel to get the second color and uses it to build out your color palette. Warm Harmony : This mixer takes your first color and spins its hue clockwise on the color wheel to get the second color and uses it to build out your color palette. Luminance Direction Light to Dark (Dark Mode) : This mode sets the palette to run from light colors at 1 to dark colors at 8. When using duotone, the light to dark ordering applies to each 4-color block individually. When using single color mode, the secondary color is a darkened version of the main color. Dark to Light (Light Mode) : This mode sets the palette to run from dark colors at 1 to light colors at 8. When using duotone, the dark to light ordering applies to each 4-color block individually. When using single color mode, the secondary color is a lightened version of the main color. Vibrance Level While the secondary color is always somewhat desaturated, you may wish to dial down or dial up the saturation depending on the text contrast requirements of your color theme. Subdued : The most aggressive desaturation level. Standard : Reasonable desaturated for most applications. Vibrant : The least desaturated settings, though still slightly desaturated. Chroma Scheme Fonts The drop down selectors here will detect css stylesheets found in your ste/assets/fonts or site/templates directory. If you use RockFrontend to download your Google Fonts, it will detect these fonts as well. If you select "No Custom Font" for either the Header Font or the Body Text Font, the default AdminThemeUiKit font rules will apply. Add Google Fonts This feature makes use of a modified version of Bernhard Baumrock's method (found in RockFrontend) for procuring Google Font files and saving them on your server. After looking at his references on CSSTricks is was pretty clear that the header manipulation approach was going to be the best one. When first installed and run, the Admin Style Chroma module will download json lists of Google Font options and cache them in your site/assets directory. There is currently no method in place to check for new fonts, so if for some reason you are not seeing a Google Font you want to use, deleting this file should force the module to repopulate it: /site/assets/AdminStyleChroma/google_fonts.json The Google Fonts are downloaded by individual family and saved along with their CSS file in: /site/assets/fonts/{family}/{family}.css If you select font variants beneath the dropdowns, these values will be passed to the request. If you do not specify which font variants you want, Google will return the defaults for that font family. If you which to include special italic/oblique variants for each weight, set the option appropriately. If a variant does not exist for a given weight, Google will attempt to serve the closest weights available. If you make selections (or don't) and select a font that you have already downloaded before, the previous family files will be overwritten. PLEASE NOTE : If you download a lot of fonts, this process could take some time. Style Compatibility A lot of styles have already been corrected. A number of styles within the ProcessWire core that use plain css or scss have been overwritten via specificity. A 'chroma' class is also added to the body tag, which drives many of the newly inherited classes, but due to the design of some features of certain modules there are other classes defined outside of the heirs of this class. I'm not always happy with how warnings appear. Future versions will address these issues. I've included many rules to provide support for the following areas: Tab Wrappers Page lists and actions Radios, Checkboxes and Selection Colors Selections, Marked text Panels and widgets Image related popups Awesomeplete RepeaterMatrix TinyMCE Interface Tracy Debugger Page Hit Counter Release Note Changes Admin On Steroids Admin Helper Search Engine Color Spectrum Easy Repeater Sort Page View Statistics Nette Tests All changes here are entirely superficial quality of life style improvements. The functionality is not altered. Depending on your TinyMCE settings you may see these improvements but you may not. I've made changes that address quirks that I have personally seen. I am always open to adding rules for other modules where the styles are off or assume a white background. I hope one day we will have a proper discussion of less/css normalization for module authors, but even when that occurs it is hard to say how we will retrofit older modules, etc. For now, this is a patchwork process.
  2. Hello Community! I found quite a few ways or tools to style the admin or build a dashboard: - the new way with the .less compilation (reno style, rock style) - dashboard modules or tutorials how to build your own - admin on stereoids Vocabulary: With "admin like user" I do not mean a full admin but an user with quite a lot of priviledges ... My problem is that I do want to change the admin template for every (admin like) user in a different way. Or if I would build a bigger dashboard certain functionlity should only be available for a few (admin like) users but not for everyone. I would need different versions of the admin theme or the built dashboards for different admin users To start with a very simple example: Let's say I wanna give one (admin like) user a different background color (with css). Let's say I wanna have an extra button or tab for some (admin like) user which another (admin like) user should not have How can I take advantage of processwire roles in all these examples I mentioned in the beginning?
  3. Here's a mixin I put together for creating hamburger icons. It utilizes the checkbox hack so you can use CSS only to show a mobile menu (or off-canvas menu, etc). Unlike other mixins here you can specify a selector for the label tag if it's not directly below the checkbox, so the label (the icon) can be placed anywhere in the DOM. There is also a "hamburger_tint" helper mixin included to easily colorize the icon/text on hover or in a checked state. Parameters: width: the width of the icon. default: 32px thickness: the thickness of the bars. default: 3px gap: the vertical space between the bars. Overall height is: thickness*3 + gap*2. default: 7px color: the color of the icons. default: #000 (black) radius: border-radius value to round edges. default: 0 anim: seconds of animation duration (transition-duration) or timing function + duration (eg. "ease-out 0.3s"). Use -1 to disable morphing to an "X". default:0.25s labelselector: in case the label is not right after the checkbox, use this setting to tell the mixin where to find it. Eg. "~ div.content header nav label". default: "+ label" padding: extra spacing around the icon. default: 0 text: show text next to the icon, by default on the right. Values: "left" or false to disable. Requires an extra "span" tag. default: "right" CodePen demo GitHub
  4. One of the things I've put off learning has been LESS/SASS, seeing as I've always managed ok with CSS and there's never time enough to learn every new technology is there?! Was just interested to see who used it occasionally, the whole time, never at all, waste of time, lifesaver etc... I've certainly never struggled with just CSS but that's the way with so many new things, you don't know what you're missing until you try it
  5. Hello everyone, I started learning LESS CSS finally today(yeah...I know too late, but I was confused whether I should learn SCSS or LESS), and have instantly fallen in love with it. Thinking of plain CSS coding seems like so last century now. After completing a small project, now comes the deployment part, that got me thinking how do I compile less on server??? My hosting is a shared hosting and doesn't have Node.js support nor Rhino. I wish to know if anyone has done this before? Is there a possibility that I can directly put compiled CSS on server? I've read about lessphp but I'm not sure how good that is for production level use. Would love to hear your experience. If possible please guide me through this. Have a great day & wish you all a very Happy Diwali
  6. Hi, Just pushed a new site up for graphic designer Andrea Innocent: http://www.andreainnocent.com (She's also a talented illustrator and her otoshimono illustration site was one of my first PW sites.) Regards Marty
  7. Hey guys, I've created an initial ProcessWire bootstrap repository if any of you want to use it. Try this, branch it out, do whatever you want with it. https://bitbucket.org/thatgibbyguy/base_html5_processwire The features of this bootstrap are: HTML5 Boilerplate Modernizr/HTML5 Shiv Javascript Libraries: Twitter Bootstrap Javascript Library jQuery-1.8.2 jQueryUI-1.9.1 jQuery.fittext.js jQuery.mobile-1.20 jQuery.scrollto- retina-0.0.2 CSS/LESS Frameworks: font-awesome (not 3.0 yet) KUBE Grid (in LESS) Twitter Bootstrap Library (in LESS - library.less) Base LESS file (style.less) Key changes to Ryan's initial download are just that I took each one of his calls and abstracted them out as includes. So Ryan's functionality has been abstracted into the following includes: Breadcrumbs -> breadcrumb.inc Page Titles -> pagetitle.inc Random Image -> randomimage.inc Search -> search.inc Sidebar -> sidebar.inc For example, to add the breadcrumbs to your site, simply include it in your markup like so: Also included is Soma's Markup Simple Module.
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