budparr at February 26th, 2015 09:39 — #1
I like to make my clients comfortable with the CMS backend so I have a couple of CSS styles I throw in to every project.
I create a stylesheet in my static folder called cms.css and call it in pages/cms.html underneath the main stylesheet.
.wh-updates, hides the the Webhook blog updates (which are nice for devs, but confusing for clients).
.wh-logo replaces the Webhook logo* with your client's logo on the log in screen and on the upper right-hand of internal pages.
I should note that these mods are in no way meant to hide Webhook, but when clients see their logo there, they're delighted and I think it makes the environment seem special for them, consistent with how the whole CMS is customized for their needs.
*I use this http://realfavicongenerator.net/ to generate a slew of icons across platforms and the touch icons fit nicely in the CMS.
davesnider at February 28th, 2015 02:47 — #2
I should probably turn off the blog updates on the deployed site. I can keep them local so you guys can still see them.
budparr at February 28th, 2015 09:22 — #3
I suppose some people might like it, if they're not developing for clients. For non-devs though it's a potential point of confusion. The overall directness of the CP is fantastic and if I remember correctly, you guys intend to put some activity data there, so to my mind this is probably a temporary mod.
erindotio at March 11th, 2015 22:30 — #4
Super slick, thanks for sharing @budparr.
Works especially well for a current project's logo:
greglgomez at April 23rd, 2015 20:06 — #5
Very nice, thanks for the tip.