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CiviCRM Style Guide (org.civicrm.styleguide)

Demonstrate common HTMTL/CSS styling conventions used within CiviCRM.

This extension adds a new submenu, "Support => Developer => Style Guides" with a list of demo pages.

Installation (WIP)

These steps are subject to change.

mkdir sites/all/modules/civicrm/ext
cd sites/all/modules/civicrm/ext
git clone https://github.com/civicrm/org.civicrm.shoreditch shoreditch
git clone https://github.com/civicrm/org.civicrm.styleguide styleguide
cv en shoreditch styleguide

Creating Additional Style Guides

If you write an extension with a distinctive set of HTML/CSS conventions, then you can create additional guides. This requires a small hook and some HTML files.

Suppose your extension is org.example.myextension; the hook might look like:

function myextension_civicrm_styleGuides($styleGuides) {
  $styleGuides->add(array(
    'name' => 'my-guide',
    'label' => ts('My Guide'),
    'path' => Civi::resources()->getPath('org.example.myextension') . '/guide',
  ));
}

Then, in the source tree for org.example.myextension, create a set of folders to store the HTML snippets:

cd /path/to/org.example.myextension
mkdir guide guide/docs  guide/foundation
mkdir guide/markup{,/base,/patterns}
mkdir guide/usage{,/base/patterns}

and create your first HTML snippet:

<!-- FILE: guide/docs/about.html -->
<p>This is the new style guide for my extension, org.example.myextension</p>

and navigate to ""Support => Developer => Style Guides => My Guide"

Tests

BackstopJS

This extension uses BackstopJS to detect visual changes on the styleguide.

This tool should be used for example when working on a CiviCRM theme like shoreditch, to make sure that no regression issues or unintended changes are accidentally introduced

To use BackstopJS first install the node packages

npm install

and then tell BackstopJS to take the reference screenshots

gulp backstopjs:reference

Once you are done with your changes, you can take the same screenshots again that will then be compared by the tool to spot visual differences

gulp backstopjs:test

If the visual difference are ok, you can tell BackstopJS to approve them, so that they will be used as the reference from that point forward

gulp backstopjs:approve

If you need to reopen the last html report, simply run

gulp backstop:report

Protractor

The browser-level integration tests are implemented with protractor and stored under tests/protractor/. (If you have not already installed Protractor, then follow the setup instructions from protractortest.org.)

Then run:

cd org.civicrm.styleguide
protractor tests/protractor/conf.js
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