Redmine Custom CSS plugin
Allows to input CSS directly from Redmine to customize Redmine appearance. Edit the CSS in the plugin's configuration page. Path to configuration is /settings/plugin/redmine_custom_css
Please note that there is nothing for now to prevent an admin injecting HTML in the page!
- Allows to input CSS to customize Redmine's theme
- Hey, that's all for now!
Redmine 2.x ~ 3.x stable
- Maybe implement file upload to add images.
- Give an option to publish the CSS as a file and not inlined in the HTML.
Downloading and installing the plugin
Download the plugin using git. Open a terminal in your Redmine installation's "plugins" directory and type:
The installation is now finished and you will be able to use the plugin after you restart your Redmine instance.
No need to migrate the database!
After installing, navigate to plugin configuration (/settings/plugin/redmine_custom_css) and start inputing CSS.
Thank to CodeMirror for their very cool editor licensed under MIT license! http://codemirror.net/
- @martin-denizet : Coding
- @onlyjob : Licensing expertise
- @virtualmarc : Bugfix
- @Daiben : Testing
GPLv3+ Copyright (C) 2018 Martin DENIZET email@example.com
redmine_custom_css - "redmine_custom_css" is Redmine plugin to add custom CSS editable through web interface Copyright (C) 2018 Martin DENIZET firstname.lastname@example.org
This file is part of redmine_custom_css.
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