[Ann] Pier-Jetsam-Environment with Themeable classic Pier 1.0.0 ui
keith_hodges at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Jun 12 04:22:10 MEST 2008
In the Pier-Jetsam-Environment package, I have moved the "layout
settings" group of definitions out of PRStructure, since the structure
itself doesn't need to know anything about how it is to be displayed.
Instead the chosen parent frame can add its own "layout settings"
descriptions to structures. As an example of how this works, the "admin"
frame adds a "Theme Color" setting, other frames add settings according
to their own needs.
I am now attempting and failing to put a link to the PRSettingsCommand
in the seaside toolbar, is this possible?
> Hello All,
> Pier-Jetsam-Environment moves all configuration and initialization of a
> pier kernel to subclasses of PRPierFrame.
> 1. Just switch your seaside application's PRPierFrame component to
> switch to a different style and layout (even switch to a different style
> 2. Set up a second entry point to your Pier instance with a different
> style. e.g. http://admin.mypier.example
> this allows a simple way to support admin users without needing
> 3. Embed your pier instance in another seaside app, with a specialised
> style for that app as provided by the root frame component that you
> choose to embed.
> 4. The standard scheme of user editable environments still works as
> before except that new environments get auto initialized.
> p.s. feedback invited
> The same policies and layout as the current pier release, except that no
> 'environment' is initially needed. If you provide 'environment' with
> empty contents it will be initialized automatically.
> As above except that the layout is obtained/initialized in
> PRPierFrameCWS and subclasses
> As above except that the style framework is based upon "Content With
> Style" css framework.
> The framework uses a single layout definition, but provides a number of
> common layouts via CSS variants.
> The options are
> " #layoutnavtopsubrightCss
> "" #layoutnavtop1colCss
> "" #layoutnavleft1colCss
> "" #layoutnavleft2colCss
> "" #layoutnavtoplocalleftCss
> see: http://www.contentwithstyle.co.uk/Articles/17/a-css-framework
> PRPierFrameAdminBP - Themeable classic pier 1.0.0 ui
> The old classic pier admin UI (including the tree navigation widget)
> All colors in css are referenced to method selectors for easy theming.
> (Subclass and override #colorMethods)
> Updated to use "Nifty Corners" so that rounded corners show in Internet
> Updated to use transparent png, so that the color of the banner and the
> logo can be changed in a single method.
> There is still a little bit of work to get the css working cross browser
> feedback as always appreciated
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