Saturday 06 August 2005 8:30:53 am - 4 replies
What's the trick for getting rid of the right column in the admin design?
I'd like to move the user information and bookmarks under the content structure in the left menu, and make the middle column larger (which it desperately needs).
I played around with the templates, but quickly descended into CSS hell. Is there a way to do it from ini? I played with toolbars.ini, but I didn't see anyway to (1) suppress the right column, while (2) making the middle column larger.
Has anyone tried this?
Saturday 06 August 2005 11:53:38 am
I think CSS is in fact the way to go for this.
From what I know, the admin interface is nearly (like default frontend, BTW) completely CSS styled, so you probably don't even need to mess with templating.
The configuration of toolbars in admin is somewhat complicated, I'd rather just use CSS in your case.
Sunday 07 August 2005 5:14:35 am
I tried -- it's not pretty.
Getting rid of the right menu (actually moving it to the left) isn't hard at all. The hard part is extending the middle section to fill the gap.
The problem you run into is that the "maincontent" DIV has margin issues. To clear the left menu, it has a left margin of 19.5em (when the left menu is set to "medium". This means that it won't sit alongside the left menu if you increase the width.
It gets even more complicated than that. I spent about an hour with it, and finally deleted all my overrides and went back to the old version in frustration.
If anyone has done this, I'd love to hear from you.
Thursday 14 December 2006 1:49:07 pm
This is possible by setting zero toolbars in eZ Publish 3.9 and in eZjaxx.
make an override for toolbar.ini in settings/override or settings/siteaccess/my_admin_siteaccess
Use somethimng like this:
[Tool] AvailableToolArray [Toolbar_admin_right] Tool [Toolbar_admin_developer] Tool
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