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  1. 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?
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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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