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Genbushi
Admin Page Logo
  • 2005/4/26 17:35

  • Genbushi

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 8

  • Since: 2005/4/24


Hey Xooper's!! Coming from a 'nuke' background, but boy I love this CMS. Very nice. I'm in the process of transferring a few sites over. Had a few dumb questions:

1. No problems working with the theme css & templates, but how do I change the logo for the admin pages also?? Figure I need to clone the 'default' template set & find it in there...just cannot find it.

2. Actually I forgot my 2nd question. But how is XOOPS in database efficiency. I haven't done much debugging\logging yet, but just curious how the design fairs overall in comparison to say phpNuke which is notoriously inefficient with its database use.


All the best.


VSW

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xpider
Re: Admin Page Logo
  • 2005/4/26 17:38

  • xpider

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 150

  • Since: 2004/5/9 2


the admin is not connected to the theme and theme css it has it's own seperate.

Look in modules/system/admin

images for admin modules/system/images

Just saving you some time...

Oh Yes WELCOME TO XOOPS FROM ALL OF US =)

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Genbushi
Re: Admin Page Logo
  • 2005/4/26 18:30

  • Genbushi

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 8

  • Since: 2005/4/24


Quote:

xpider wrote:

Just saving you some time...

Oh Yes WELCOME TO XOOPS FROM ALL OF US =)


Awesome, thanks!!
Frankly, I'm a little bewildered... I've been using various nukes for awhile, have checked out Mambo which is the buzz-word of late, Drupal and a few others. They're all great projects, various strengths & weaknesses, but I've always found some glaring 'thing' keeping me from making it all work easily. But Xoops. WoW. It's has everything in place; solid core, modules, community, themes, etc. Why isn't it 'the craze'? Perplexed...

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dilbert166
Re: Admin Page Logo
  • 2005/4/26 19:33

  • dilbert166

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  • Since: 2004/6/4 1


Quote:

xpider wrote:
It's has everything in place; solid core, modules, community, themes, etc. Why isn't it 'the craze'? Perplexed...


welcome to the marvelous, yet strange world of XOOPS
my first thought was similar, when i first installed it about a year ago. and i still keep wondering, what keeps mambo so well respected. either i´m deaf, dumb and blind, or it´s a real bitch to admin.
as you said: XOOPS got everything where you´d expect it.

btw: did i say "thank you xoops-developers"?
THANK YOU XOOPS-DEVELOPERS

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Genbushi
Re: Admin Page Logo
  • 2005/4/26 19:43

  • Genbushi

  • Just popping in

  • Posts: 8

  • Since: 2005/4/24


After deciding to move off of nuke-based systems for at least one of my sites, I've been testing Xoops, Mambo and Drupal. I like them all to be honest. But Mambo and Drupal both have some functionality missing I wanted and\or the integration of modules with the core was slightly lacking on certain things. But there's Xoops. It works, has a load of modules that actually work & the core is very well designed in my opinion.

I really don't get it. This is one sweet machine.

Thanks Devs!!

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