[horde] Theme editing tools suggestions
Erling Preben Hansen
erling at eph.dk
Wed Apr 15 08:41:57 UTC 2015
Been away for a while.
Mostly i use firefox inspector to find the things to change.
then put them in the appropriate css file.
Of course at this moment i do have some skeletons to start with.
When i find the things to change i use a ssh connection to a test server.
Most of the editors i have tested want to change things in folders and ad
files i doesn't need.
So i find some of them hard to control.
When using firefox inspector you can add changes in the right pane and se
the effect immediately.
If the thing you put in there isn't allowed it will be shown.
Else w3schools.com is a nice source.
and google is your friend for the more complex things.
and of course some bash programming for the trivial work is nice to.
Vi or nano on the server side to edit files.
But check out the themes at http://eph.dk/horde-addons/
I have made a rough "how to edit your login screen"
But it still need some work. perhaps a detailed guide.....
it is at http://eph.dk/horde/wicked/Horde_Themes/Login_screen
Citat af Andreas Mauser <andreas at mauser.info>:
> Get together with Erling, he's doing themes (non Horde dev)
> ----- Nachricht von Paul Griffith <paulg at cse.yorku.ca> ---------
> Datum: Tue, 14 Apr 2015 08:02:46 -0400
> Von: Paul Griffith <paulg at cse.yorku.ca>
> Betreff: Re: [horde] Theme editing tools suggestions
> An: horde at lists.horde.org
>> On 04/13/2015 04:27 PM, Michael Menge wrote:
>>> Quoting Andreas Mauser <andreas at mauser.info>:
>>>> ----- Nachricht von Paul Griffith <paulg at cse.yorku.ca> ---------
>>>> Datum: Mon, 13 Apr 2015 10:54:11 -0400
>>>> Von: Paul Griffith <paulg at cse.yorku.ca>
>>>> Betreff: [horde] Theme editing tools suggestions
>>>> An: horde at lists.horde.org
>>>>> Hi Everyone,
>>>>> I am totally new to editing/creating a Theme for Horde. Can anyone
>>>>> suggest a free tool they have used with success in creating/editing
>>>>> Themes for Horde.
>>>> Afaik your only tool is a text editor, altering the css-files in
>>>> If there is a tool as easy as you wish it to be please let me know
>>> A bowser addon like firebug (there are similar addons for the other
>>> browsers) will help to test the css changes on the fly
>>> and help you to find the html elements in the page source.
>> Actually, this is what I have been doing. Once I find the right color
>> settings, I then modify the corresponding CSS file.
> ----- Ende der Nachricht von Paul Griffith <paulg at cse.yorku.ca> -----
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