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I am trying to get some extra css-file into my admin templates. I managed to modify my admin.php to this:
<?php namespace ProcessWire; require($config->paths->adminTemplates . 'controller.php'); echo "<link rel='stylesheet' type='text/css' href='" . $config->urls->templates . "css/admin.css'>"; By doing so, the css <link> is added to the very end of each parsed admin-html. (right AFTER the closing </body> tag.)
That causes some trouble. e.g. the page tree is not displaying any more. Although, other pages are working - like the edit form of a page.
My question: is there a correct way of adding my extra css to the admin area?
Thanks for you help!
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I am working on a website and I want to style the login page, but I'm a bit confused.
I want either the existing login page styled in my own way using some CSS (I guess I prefer that) or I want to create a custom page with a form to login. (Which I could style too).
I used the code from Ryan and Renobird posted here - which works great - but that doesn't replace the original login page.
Is there a way to some sort of 'disable' the original login?
I hope my question is clear and thanks in advance,