[Seaside] pier: admin interface styling

keith keith_hodges at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Apr 26 17:07:36 UTC 2010


did you completely miss my previous email?

This is what I described, please do check it out


On 26 Apr 2010, at 16:46, sergio_101 wrote:

> after putting together my first pier site, i found that i REALLY like
> pier. it gets in and out of the way when i need it, and the paradigm
> was really easy for me to fall into..
> i think this would be a really good system to set up for various
> one-off websites, but my big concern is the admin interface..
> the admin interface takes on the style of the rest of the page, which,
> unless you know what it is doing, can get REALLY confusing.. for me,
> not so much of a big deal..
> but.. i just have a feeling that if i turned something like this over
> to someone i am helping out (by putting them together a simple CMS for
> their project - i.e. free of charge.), they might be totally
> confused..
> has anyone done any work in keeping the admin interface in it's own
> realm, with its own styles, and easier for a non technical person to
> look at?
> thanks!
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> sergio
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