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Hello, I thought I would sneak out this little plugin before the weekend. Recently I updated my portfolio with Textpattern 4.0.6. With this latest version of TXP I lost all the usual hacks I had made to the core and going back to the standard interface was an uncomfortable experience. Well, I wanted to see if I could incorporate my mods into a plugin so that no modification of the core would ever be necessary again…. and I think I did it.
Please download aro_myadmin here
There’s a stylesheet to add to the backend and a few small images to add to the txp_image folder. After that just install the plugin and activate!
Caveat – if you want real magic you will have to add 1 line to textpattern/index.php that is detailed in the help – but the plugin is fully functional without it. Other caveats:
New – the plugin has been moved to Github – if you would like to help out with code contributions, get it from the repository!
Last edited by rloaderro (2008-08-18 19:07:27)
I’ve got it working on my new development installation. It’s a lean and clean style. ( the alternating tablerow backgroundcolor is also useful).
Actually this brought me to the Idea, that we could have a new section in TextBook ( after the migration ) where we could list all the admin themes that are availabe.
(Thanks for sharing )
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Makes Textpattern look more like Wordpress ;-)
rloaderro, aro_myadmin doesn’t work with asy_dashboard.
Remember, also that asy_dashboard is a very very barebone plugin, that hasn’t been maintained for ages. Due to popular demand, it just recently became apparent, that something should be done with this piece of code.
I’ve just recently quenched up to 4.0.6 as well, trying to compile a list, what works and what doesn’t on 4.0.6 ( And if, so how that could be fixed, for the ones I’m interested. )
However, not really top on my priority list.
I tried, to check out the admin plugin, on as much stuff I could through at it, so far I couldn’t see anything that interferes.
( And remember, the mechanism to switch it off and on is there, so it’s easy to tell also )
Last edited by marios (2008-02-24 16:31:14)
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because the devs only included jquery for plugin authors and they don’t want to rely on jquery for core/admin stuff.
Last edited by iblastoff (2008-02-24 17:08:45)
I updated this little plugin to ver 0.2, includes:
Screenshots updated too!
Last edited by rloaderro (2008-04-11 15:00:54)