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  • Samuel B

    (@samboll)

    Compatible up to: 2.5

    is what is on plugin page

    Flokass

    (@flokass)

    🙁 ohh… please support 2.8!!! PLEASSSEEE!!

    oh yes pleeeasse… this looks soo nice!

    Are there any admin themes around?

    Found a plugin. Called stylepress. It helps you change colours in admin.

    It’s written in Spanish only, with no translations.

    I had to figure out how to add more than one style sheet. Strange, because it comes with two but only adds one.

    Here is how I modified it. Just copy the main block and repeat it for each new sheet you want. Also change the style name (3 times per instance).

    <?php
    /*
    Plugin Name: StylePress
    Plugin URI: http://ejner69.net/wordpress/stylepress/
    Description: Add more styles to the WordPress Dashboard
    Author: ejner69
    Version: 1.0.1
    Author URI: http://ejner69.net/
    */
    add_action('admin_init','stylepress');
    function stylepress() {
    $plugin_url = WP_CONTENT_URL.'/plugins/' . plugin_basename(dirname(__FILE__)) ;
            wp_admin_css_color(
                           'albedo',
                            __('Albedo'),
                            $plugin_url . '/albedo.css',
                            array(
          				'#464646',
           				'#e4f2fd',
          				'#d54e21',
           				'#2683ae'
                          	)
           );
    $plugin_url = WP_CONTENT_URL.'/plugins/' . plugin_basename(dirname(__FILE__)) ;
            wp_admin_css_color(
                           'fresco',
                            __('Fresco'),
                            $plugin_url . '/fresco.css',
                            array(
          				'#464646',
           				'#e4f2fd',
          				'#d54e21',
           				'#2683ae'
                          	)
           );
    
    $plugin_url = WP_CONTENT_URL.'/plugins/' . plugin_basename(dirname(__FILE__)) ;
            wp_admin_css_color(
                           'new',
                            __('Green'),
                            $plugin_url . '/new.css',
                            array(
          				'#3c955c',
           				'#7ee09c',
          				'#c4f6d3',
           				'#b6f3b4'
                          	)
           );
    }
    ?>

    You notice that the new style is new.css but it’s will appear as Green in the list.

    BTW – Once the plugin is activated just goto your profile and you will see the original two and new Fresco theme near the top.

    Also, copy one of the two css files (albedo.css or fresco.css) rename that and edit the color codes. I used a colour picker and searched for colours on the admin screen and then replaced them with my own using search and replace.

    Oh yeah, it also gives new icons for the admin menus.

    I’ll play a little more and then give a link to my css file(s). Maybe others can share some also?

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