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PleineLune theming #101

merged 5 commits into from Aug 12, 2013

Initiate theme documentation

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tzi committed Aug 11, 2013
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"name": "PleineLune",
"description": "A dark theme for Piwik, ideal to view your analytics reports before sunrise.",
"theme": true,
"stylesheet": "stylesheets/theme.less"
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Create a Theme for Piwik
Quick start
1. Create a file to describe your plugin with the following path: "plugins/<yourPluginName>/plugin.piwik.json"
"theme": true,
"stylesheet": "stylesheets/theme.less"
2. Create your stylesheet file with the following path: "plugins/<yourPluginName>/stylesheets/theme.less"
3. Activate your theme on the Piwik instance: Settings > Platform > Themes
About the plugin.piwik.json file
You can complete your plugin.piwik.json file with the following entries:
* "description"
* "homepage"
* "author"
* "author_homepage"
* "license"
* "license_homepage"
* "version"
Activate the development mode
If you change your theme.less file, you will not see the difference on your Piwik instance.
The stylesheets have a cache mode to prevent from compiling them on every page call.
To disable it, you have to modify the "config/config.ini.php" file:
disable_merged_assets = 1
You just can not theme:
* Installation plugin pages
* CoreUpdater plugin pages
How to theme
You can stock your images in the folder "plugins/<yourPluginName>/images".
To use images in CSS, you have to use a relative path that start at the root folder.
background-image: url(plugins/<yourPluginName>/images/dropDown.jpg);
Multiple stylesheets files
You can submit only one stylesheets file for theme.
But you can import other Less files from the main theme file:
@import "../../plugins/<yourPluginName>/stylesheets/_<yourSubStylesheetName>.less"
It's important to use this complex path to prevent compilation bugs.
It is better to prefix your sub stylesheet file name with an '_'.
You can style some graph elements.
You should see "plugins/CoreHome/stylesheets/jqplotColors.less" for more informations.
You can style some sparklines elements.
You should see "plugins/CoreHome/stylesheets/sparklineColors.less" for more informations.
You can style some transitions elements.
You should see "plugins/Transition/stylesheets/_transitionColors.less" for more informations.
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