It's a vex of us all: we're reading our posts, need to change something, but how do we get to the administration? That's what Oceia bar is all about.
As of 2007/12/06:
wp_adminbar(). This doesn't do much for regular users, but it's useful for theme designers, who can use
function_exists()to see if Oceia bar is installed and hide the theme's "Edit this entry" text. I'm trying to get other admin bars to implement this same function, too.
oceia-bardirectory if you want the bar to look right.
We all want our stuff to look the way we want it to look. But nobody likes hacking core files, then re-hacking them every time you need to upgrade. That's why Oceia bar makes CSS customization easy: just create a file called
style.css and upload it to your Oceia bar directory. Boom: any CSS you put in there will override the default Oceia bar CSS.
Note that if you do choose to use custom CSS, Oceia bar takes out all the
!important flags in CSS. This doesn't matter most of the time, but it could get kind of quirky with some themes.