- Designed with the use of tables and blocks in mind.
- When you need to optimize screen real estate utilization.
- Modoc is an excellent Admin Theme.
Full documentation will be developed as time and resources permit. You may also visit our wiki at https://github.com/backdrop-contrib/modoc/wiki
Meanwhile, here are some tips:
- Particularly useful for side menus and blocks: you may add the css class 'hide-overflow' to any block through the UI (see below). this will truncate the contents rather than having them bleed into the body of the next layout column to the right.
- The easiest way to get rid of all the block borders is to set the block border color the same as the page background color.
- The default block border width is one pixel. To change that, you may add the following css classes to any block through the admin UI (Configure Block | Style Settings | Style:Default -> Additional CSS Classes):
- 'border-0' (no border)
- 'border-2' (2px)
- 'border-3' (3px...)
- 'border-10' (10px)
- combine any of the above with 'hide-overflow' (separated by a space)
- The logo image is not scaled in css, thus it must be pre-scaled prior to uploading. I have found an image height of 75 to 125 pixels to work well. Here's my favorite resizing tool: https://onlinepngtools.com/resize-png
- For vertical menus, be sure to set the Menu Style to 'Dropdown Menu' in order to make them look good. More work on this is pending.
- More testing is required to make sure that menus work in every layout implementation, etc.
- Add a box and button corner radius selection, for more styling options.
- Implement color gradients for buttons and block backgrounds.
- Continue the never-ending process of refining and cleaning up the css.
- Install this theme using the official Backdrop CMS instructions
Bugs and Feature requests should be reported in the Issue Queue.
Modoc was inspired by the Monochrome theme, adapted and refactored by ericfoy.
Thanks, Indigoxela, for the springboard.
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