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#11 2005-11-21 23:42:03

Mary
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Re: Administration interface

…i just sow some PNG-screenshots

There’s text too.


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#12 2005-11-22 09:35:52

Case
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Re: Administration interface

> pepelsbey wrote:

> In Txp Admin Mini-Facelift topic i just sow some PNG-screenshots(?)…

Case, some free time for a design or full-redesign?

A full redesign of the Admin Interface.


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#13 2005-11-22 19:48:24

Jeremie
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Re: Administration interface

Yep, that thread subject need editing. It’s beyond ‘mini’ now :)

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#14 2005-12-21 17:23:51

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Re: Administration interface

I know this thread is old, but, I’d personally like to see something a little more streamlined in the admin interface along the lines of this style. But that’s just me.

Edit: Okay…well, at least a tableless admin panel with no in-line styles. I’ve looked at the code and being a non-programmer type it looks daunting. One can wish though

-Josh

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#15 2005-12-22 06:22:55

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Re: Administration interface

Well, I don’t think we want to copy or even look like we were “inspired by”, but I’m with you for something totally different. But, it isn’t likely to happen in the near future. Just read the facelift thread and you’ll see the kind of reception that idea gets.


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#16 2005-12-29 22:53:39

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Re: Administration interface

I agree with you. The interface could use a facelift, but we wouldn’t want it to look “inspired.” Personally I think the example I gave hit the nail on the head as far as a user interface for a CMS is concerned. TXP probably the CMS with the easiest learning curve – I don’t do a site without it – but a new look and feel to the interface would be awesome. But hey, that’s just my opinion ;)

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#17 2006-01-02 12:01:10

-P-
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Re: Administration interface

Where can I find section that holds the footer for admin side. Meaning the part where you have version number and “Logged in as….”

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#18 2006-01-02 19:29:35

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Re: Administration interface

/lib/txplib_html.php


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#19 2006-01-02 21:18:11

-P-
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Re: Administration interface

Thanks :D

I Did look from there already but from the end of file…

The reason for searching that was that I want to remove navigation dropdown box from footer, one in the header is enough.

Secondly I was thinking about adding a new style class, for example wrapper so I could have fixed layout and different body bg. But since looking at txplib_html.php, no way I´m going to add there any divs more, I´ll probably just end breaking up things. %)

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#20 2006-04-08 15:49:02

-P-
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Re: Administration interface

Regarding to my previous post above. If and when I remove some stuff from the bottom of the admin page in order “to clean it up a bit”…

<code> function end_page() { global $txp_user,$event; if($event!=‘tag’) { echo ‘<div style=“text-align:center;margin:4em”>’, navPop(), ‘<a href=“http://www.textpattern.com”><img src=“txp_img/carver.gif” width=“60” height=“48” border=“0” alt=”“ /></a>’; echo graf(‘Textpattern · ‘.txp_version); echo($txp_user) ? graf(gTxt(‘logged_in_as’).’ ‘.$txp_user.br. ‘<a href=“index.php?logout=1”>’.gTxt(‘logout’).’</a>’).’</div>’ : ‘</div>’; echo n.’</body>’.n.’</html>’; } }
</code>

I took out everything else and left only

<code> function end_page() { global $txp_user,$event; if($event!=‘tag’) { echo n.’</body>’.n.’</html>’; } }

</code>

Question goes: Is it safe to do that?? Everything seems to be working fine but since my almost to zero knowledge with php I´d like to make sure that no harm is done..

Last edited by -P- (2006-04-08 16:26:28)

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