[development] a new/old admin theme (which generally works now)

Geoff Staples geoff at radioleft.com
Thu Aug 17 17:21:23 UTC 2006

On the admin theme:

It seems to me that it would be great to have a really basic Admin theme 
that allows the logo and the site name to be placed in a header, content 
to be placed in a footer, and the colors controlled via CSS and that's 
about it.

The problem I see is that making a site theme work on the admin section  
isn't realistic since things that work great on the site itself play 
havoc with the admin area.

Is there a REALLY SIMPLE admin theme that can be used with any theme?


Trae McCombs wrote:
> As per requested...
> http://occy.net/tmp/admin.tar.gz
> Feel free to do with it as you wish :)
> On 8/17/06, * Gabor Hojtsy* <gabor at hojtsy.hu <mailto:gabor at hojtsy.hu>> 
> wrote:
>     On Wed, 16 Aug 2006, Farsheed wrote:
>     >> I did clean up the CS Admin theme, but never got
>     >> around to releasing it.
>     >
>     > feel like sharing it? ;)
>     >
>     > I started an issue here which you could attach your
>     > files to:
>     >
>     > http://drupal.org/node/79023
>     Yep, followup on that issue. I have did some fixup on the theme in my
>     sandbox, and posted updates there. Since this is a development
>     list, we
>     rather continue progress in the issue.
>     Gabor
> -- 
>     Trae McCombs || http://occy.net/
>   Founder - Themes.org <http://Themes.org> // Linux.com <http://Linux.com>
>   CivicSpaceLabs - http://civicspacelabs.com/ 

Geoff Staples

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