[drupal-devel] Admin theme
speck at blkmtn.org
Sun Sep 25 17:59:53 UTC 2005
>From a usability stand point I can't stand a separate admin area. I tried really hard to like it and had four people whose sites I run try it. They all said that being pulled out of their site was a jolt. With the migration of more of the 'set once a forget it' settings to the admin settings link, stuff iis even easier to find then ever. With roles determining what can be seen, those with limited roles see what they can see within the context of the sites theme without the jolt of going to what seems to be a completely different site.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: drupal-devel-bounces at drupal.org
> [mailto:drupal-devel-bounces at drupal.org] On Behalf Of Robert Douglass
> Sent: Sunday, September 25, 2005 4:42 AM
> To: drupal-devel at drupal.org
> Subject: Re: [drupal-devel] Admin theme
> I think the CivicSpace admin theme is the model we ought to
> be striving for. I love it.
> Bèr Kessels wrote:
> > for me the admin theme has a few requirements:
> > * it must be able to disable when someone feels he/she is
> not helped with it.
> > * it must be profilable (a forum site has a different
> concept of what
> > pages are admin then a personal blog)
> > * tackle this in a blocks/sections alike interface, where sets of
> > regexps define what pages are admin and what pages not.
> A set of regexps is the way I'd like to see it implemented.
> The two points above would be satisfied by having regexps.
> > * it must be overridable in a theme
> Wouldn't one just change the admin theme? What do you mean by
> this last point, Bèr?
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