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Re: Testing 2.0a2

by fiammybe on 2013/5/22 10:18:04

yep, that's a feature request, not a bug report
Re: Testing 2.0a2

by Will on 2013/5/21 6:18:28

Ok, well - put in a feature request I guess. I don't really see what is difficult about using fieldsets and css though. And bootstrap is at the core of the system now... sooooooo.....

<form class="form-inline"> <input type="text" class="input-small" placeholder="Email"> <input type="password" class="input-small" placeholder="Password"> <label class="checkbox"> <input type="checkbox"> Remember me </label> <button type="submit" class="btn">Sign in</button> </form>
Re: Testing 2.0a2

by Eyekeeper on 2013/5/20 11:24:39

I see what you mean, but actually my admin is totally different from the core one because I think we could make it more modern looking not only in visual but also in features for newbies or not so technical users.

One thing I'd like to see is that we could be able to produce more flexible form layouts by adding a new param that would allow us to reposition the form fields in a grouped way or slimpy allowing to have two fields side-by-side or even being able to create categories in news in an ajaxed approach.

I know how to do it but if this could be a core feature it would help many others, maybe not so good coders, that could generate simpler modules through imbuilding.

After having built over 50 commercial modules to tailored solutions I think this could be a nice add-on.
Re: Testing 2.0a2

by Eyekeeper on 2013/5/20 11:17:37

Thanks for the reply :)
Re: Testing 2.0a2

by Will on 2013/5/20 5:41:50


Wouldn't it be nice to make the whole theme (front and back end) responsive and with fluid layouts?

It is responsive.

As far as fluid - that is a matter of taste - and as I am the sole contributor to the new UI at this point the UI pretty much reflects my taste. Thus, not fluid. I could see the benefit to a wordpress-like admin panel, which is what I assume you have in mind - and I have given you the tools to accomplish it quite easily.

So pull up a branch, and share your vision. You can accomplish this part with a simple skin