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I like the Reno wrapper for the admin. After looking at UIKit, then switching back to Reno, the back end is all Reno but the basic back end login page /processwire or /whateveryoucallit is displaying the original Default instead of the Reno login. I realize this is a first world problem, but I can't seem to reinstate the Reno login. Tried installing/uninstalling... It's not the same page code and it's not the same style sheets... I can't uninstall the default ...what am I doing wrong?
Lets discuss the new admin theme, there has been very little talk about it, a few questions about its status and some simple designs by a few users.
Have you played with it? Do you like it? Do you dislike it? Of course I'm not talking about its design, but the way its structured, how it works and the features it offers so far.
When iframes are used all scripts are loaded in every frame, which can lead to unexpected results.
What are your thoughts? Is it just me?
Here's a screenshot of the purple theme:
I wanted to share something I have been working for quite some time, in total currently three premium Templates or Site-Profiles for ProcessWire 3 including a onepage template, a blog template and a blog+sidebar template.
Here are some Quick Facts:
Fully responsive Multilanguage support Full SEO support Optional Google Analytics Easily create new pages out of multiple predefined sections Lazyload the sections of a page [Group and update website-information into blogs] (blog, blog+sidebar) [Use tags to tag and group blog entries] (blog, blog+sidebar) [User-comments] (blog, blog+sidebar) [Create each page with or without sidebar] (blog+sidebar) Website-wide search by text or tags Password protect each page individually with sophisticated page-encryption with dummy texts and pixelated images
Just go to https://pwtemplates.de to test the demos (e.g. blog-sidebar) and purchase them for a small expense allowance.
Hope you like it!
Does anyone know whether the is a place detailing the structure your admin theme should take when creating one? e.g. I see UiKit, Reno and Default admin themes all have default.php, init.php, controller.php files, is this a stylisitic choice or a prerequisite for any admin theme module?
I am sorry, I guess this is a damn stupid beginner question but:
I got a damn good looking html theme - no pw theme!
It´s using basic html, css, sass, etc.
Now, I´m wondering how I can transform this into the processwire structure.
Is there any guide? Haven´t found any yet ...
Would be so kind if you can help me !