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  • Hi,

    I am trying to finish the admin theme of I need an admin theme that can feet into the default wordpress theme (kubrick) and it is almost done.

    You can enter in the administration area with:
    username: pepe
    pass: pepe

    Please go to the “write/escribir” section and check out the problem that i have. I want the boxes on the right to enter inside the layout… any clue of how can i do this?

    I would also apreciate any recommendation or suggestion about the site and I will offer the admin theme plugin when its finished.

    Thank you! 😉

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  • Hey, that’s pretty cool!

    I don’t have any great ideas about the blue boxes. Maybe grab the spot milk admin theme and see how they addressed ’em?

    Hi HanSolo… 😉

    I’ve already studied an admin theme called “red and black”… the problem is that all the available admin themes right now are made for full screen. I could’t find any admin theme for a single column layout with reduced space to put the contents…

    let’s wait and see if somebody knows the correct CSS tags to modify in the wp-admin.css. Byeee!

    help please!

    🙁 Please, I still couldn’t fix it

    bump again 🙁

    Couple suggestions: don’t bump this again. And consider that a reduced-width admin theme isn’t really particularly useful. (That last may be considered a “personal opinion only” sort of thing.)


    div#grabit, div.dbx-group {
    position: relative;
    left: -80px;

    I don’t know if that’ll work, but those are the divs you should select. I just used a rough estimate when determining the value of 80px (with a “Ruler” tool inside my browser) – you should adjust it if it doesn’t suit your needs.

    Hope that’ll help.

    Oh yeah, I forgot. If relative positioning doesn’t work (the method I used in the CSS code example in my previous post), try negative margins instead.

    div#grabit, div.dbx-group {
    margin-left: -80px;

    I looked at the wp-admin.css, and I discovered that div#grabit and div.dbx-group are actually the same div (which is why I selected both of them), and div#grabit has a specified width of 188px, and div.dbx-group is set to display as a block element with relative positioning.

    I hope this information will be helpful.

    Thank you man! That was definitely helpfull 😉

    I’ve added “margin-left: -210px;” to the #grabit and now looks great.

    The problem now is the body of the page in the post section. It is not aligned with the header and footer. But this problem only happens in the post section and with Internet Explorer.

    And the second problem is the background image of the footer… there is a white line at the bottom that i would like to take out.

    Thank you!

    It didnt work… I still need help on this topic and don’t tell me that a “reduced width admin” is not interesting, because I’ve already received some e-mails asking me about the files…

    Does anyone have a direct link to this? Seems like the website has changed.

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