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[resolved] Admin Widget (3 posts)

  1. ferdri3
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hello coders,

    perhaps there is a plugin for this, but Im not English and so dont know how to describe in google what Im looking for.

    I would like to display all widget area's (like "First Widget Area" and "Second Widget Area") in more then 1 row in the admin area. Now its in 1 row on the right and I have to many widget area's to keep it proper vissible.

    An other solution would be to let the "Available Widgets" scroll along. Meaning that it stays in the middle, no mather how far I scroll down (just like a background image).

    Anyone knows a good solution to it?

    Best regards,
    Ferdi

  2. bcworkz
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I don't understand why you need this functionality. First, you can collapse any widget areas that are not of current interest so they take little screen area.

    Second, when you drag a widget to the top or bottom of the screen, the page should auto-scroll so you can access any area of the page to which you want to drop. There is no need for the destination to be visible when you start dragging a widget.

    BTW, English is my native language and yet, I sometimes can't get google to find what I want either.

  3. ferdri3
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    you are right, but it actually saves time and shouldnt be that much work to program.. position: fixed; if I remember correctly.. just cant find where lol

    EDIT: got it already.. was busy with something else.. anyway, I think they should just add that in 3.4 it doesnt seem like much, but it helps lol

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