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A custom admin theme based on Twitter Bootstrap

#1 12. Mai 2012, 20:19

Recently I've been working on a new theme using Twitter Bootstrap. It's almost ready to be released.

Here's some screenshots:

admin_bootstrap_home_68.png admin_bootstrap_config_68.png admin_bootstrap_extensions_68.png admin_bootstrap_users_68.png admin_bootstrap_userlist_68.png admin_bootstrap_extrafields_68.png

Download link:

What do you think?

Dieser Beitrag wurde von GHengeveld (am 19. Mai 2012, 09:32, vor 9 Jahre) bearbeitet
#2 12. Mai 2012, 20:21

Looks very nice, Gert.

Good clean and simple presentation.

#3 12. Mai 2012, 21:30

like some ideas ) more like my theme - мой маленький зарождающийся блог о котонти.
снижение стоимости программирования и снижение стоимости производства разные вещи. Первое можно скорее сравнить с раздачей работникам дешевых инструментов, чем со снижением зарплаты
#4 13. Mai 2012, 06:49

Very clean and neat. I like the last screenshot most of all. Definitely better than what we have now by default.

May the Source be with you!
#5 13. Mai 2012, 08:23
Priori has been an inspiration for the theme, but mostly I just use the components provided by Bootstrap. I intend to add plugins for page and user management so you won't have to exit the admin panel to manage those.
#6 14. Mai 2012, 15:49
download the theme thanks
#7 16. Mai 2012, 09:48

I've put the theme on Github. You can download it here:

It's not 100% finished yet, but I'd like to get some reactions.

#8 16. Mai 2012, 13:50
Clean simple, full width. looks great
#9 17. Mai 2012, 09:22

Please add Sort/Filter options to Extensions main view. Here is the extract from the default admin.extensions.tpl:

<div class="block button-toolbar">
	<a class="button large <!-- IF {ADMIN_EXTENSIONS_SORT_ALP_SEL} -->special<!-- ENDIF -->" href="{ADMIN_EXTENSIONS_SORT_ALP_URL}">{PHP.L.adm_sort_alphabet}</a>
	<a class="button large <!-- IF {ADMIN_EXTENSIONS_SORT_CAT_SEL} -->special<!-- ENDIF -->" href="{ADMIN_EXTENSIONS_SORT_CAT_URL}">{PHP.L.adm_sort_category}</a>
	<a class="button large <!-- IF {ADMIN_EXTENSIONS_ONLY_INSTALLED_SEL} -->special<!-- ENDIF -->" href="{ADMIN_EXTENSIONS_ONLY_INSTALLED_URL}">{PHP.L.adm_only_installed}</a>
	<a href="{ADMIN_EXTENSIONS_HOOKS_URL}" class="button large">{PHP.L.Hooks}</a>
May the Source be with you!
#10 17. Mai 2012, 21:03

I've updated the theme on Github. I've put a lot of effort into the usability of the extra fields screen. Be sure to check it out.

Added 1 day later:

Added two more screenshots.

Dieser Beitrag wurde von GHengeveld (am 19. Mai 2012, 09:32, vor 9 Jahre) bearbeitet
#11 18. Juli 2012, 08:43
#12 18. Juli 2012, 18:01
#34977 Wadik:

good idea to introduce

clean and cool! just sad about much of scripts to fetch...

#13 19. Juli 2012, 11:52

I like the idea but I don't think it will be easy to implement this server-side. In most places, Cotonti expects an entire form to be submitted, representing all properties of a certain object in the POST request. Maybe I misunderstand it, but I think Editable submits only one propty at a time.

#14 23. August 2012, 18:58

The theme is great! BUT... I think there are bugs in Cotonti 9.11 - when you enter or user edit, it tries to use the bootstrap admin template instead of website template. With Adminizio theme, there are no issues.

BTW, I updated Cotonti 9.10 to 9.11 if this information is of any importance.

#15 24. August 2012, 16:37
Correct, this is caused by the admintheme plugin. It loads the admin tpls instead of the regular ones in order to make the user administration look like the admin panel. This is a feature specifically designed for this theme and requires the latest version of Cotonti.