Discussion in 'Plugins/Modules/Addons' started by cfoe, Apr 29, 2012.
thanks problem solved
hello i fond a bug when you are on website and whant to select servers you can not select server 1 only 2 3 etc etc etc
I can not reproduce the problem.
Do you mean the filter dropdown for servers?
Which browser do you use?
yes i use firefox
and when er is a error log in ISPConfig Log you can delite the log file
thanks supper theme
The logs displayed may have the Log-Level "Debug" and even in the default theme these logs do not generate a delete button.
I can add the button for the Debug logs if that is needed. I do not see why not.
Server filter selector Sites > Domains:
Is not reproducible. Is it possible that there are no domains on server1? That could cause it to not appear in the dropdown.
Please move to Plugins/Modules/Addons
I am trying to apply the larry theme on my ISPC installation, as per the instructions I should overwrite the files in the web folder, but I am not able to do the same for permission problem.
the "WEB" folder has its owner "ispconfig" and the folder I am trying to overwrite has its owner root. when I am trying to paste the files to overwrite, the files are not overwritten.
Need solution please.
can you use your root account?
root is able to overwrite any file
That's right, I have overwritten the files, changed the config.inc.php file, but somehow except login screen, the theme is not applied correctly to my installation.
Weird, I have checked everything from my end, but nothing seems to work.
my ispconfig ver. is 188.8.131.52 and I have downloaded larry with tag 0.1.2
Ok, finally I got it to work.
Actually these thread help me got over it.
Thanks a lot for these great theme.
with the ISPConfig 3.0.5 release overwriting will not be necessary anymore ;-)
Is there a current release ready? I mean suitable for ispc svn version without overwriting needs?
just clone the master branch and put the ispc-larry into /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/web/templates/*
its 100% SVN compatible
v0.2.0 - nearly all images as sprites + new nav design
coming soon: sidebar-branch (https://github.com/foe-services/ispc-larry/tree/sidebar)
with the preparation for a configurable sidebar for custom applications
One more thing:
Yesterday I nearly threw my pc out the window because of my unorganized sprite image generation process.
So I decided to externalize the "raw" materials. They can be found under https://github.com/foe-services/ispc-resources
I try to provide vector graphics wherever possible to give everyone to use them in any size they like
I would like your input on some aspects of future ispc-larry development.
Here is the current dev-version for SVN-trunk of ISPConfig:
The "Settings"-Link next to logout is linking to the tools module.
Should the nav link for the tools module be hidden?
Should the search move to A and the function buttons to some other location?
Info: The sidebar will be animated with jQuery to be retractable. Apps will not be hard-coded!
I think that the settings link should be removed from the the logout area. It just didn't fit with the same icon right below.
Making the sidebar be retractable would be real nice.
The search bar is fine right where it is in my opinion.
Do you want/need help on this? I would be willing to help out.
I do not know what your expertise is but I have a few tasks I would love to have some help with:
(B) remove all filters button. onClick clear all filters
(C) sortable table via jquery. Maybe this is suitable: http://tablesorter.com/docs/. This will be limited to the displayed table. A version which reloads a sorted query needs to be integrated into the core of ispconfig and might be a feature request for the future. (C) shows possible icons for the sort-indication.
(D) jQuery animation to make it retractable
ispc-larry module programming: adding pages to the admin module to configure ispc-larry settings and the sidebar apps. I will push the initial files to repo soon
Some random things:
I post "Contributations are always welcome" to all the GitHub repos for a reason. @dclardy: thanks for offering your help
I am keeping the branches master and sidebar (nearly) always in sync with the current ISPConfig SVN! So you just need to keep your dev machine in sync with the subversion repo and ispc-larry should work good with a current git clone
suitable enhancements will be ported to the default (or default-v2) of ispconfig
http://css-tricks.com/row-and-column-highlighting/ seems to be a suitable solution.
I will update these TODOs from now on. Everyone who wants to help can fork on GitHub and work on it.
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