Exim4U UI revamp

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Exim4U UI revamp

emkay
Hey there,

I just switched from vexim to Exim4U on my dedi and took the opportunity
to tidy up the markup in the public_html files.

So if you are interested in customizing the look of your Exim4U
installation you might want to try this github repo:
https://github.com/mkay/Exim4UI

Styling is kept to a minimum and is done with a stock bootstrap* 2.2.2
.css which can easily be removed/replaced/extended with your own styles.
Also included the BS .js for some basic tabbing and a dropdown menu.

It should be a good starting point if you want to build a custom Exim4U
layout.

If you use a stock Exim4U 2.1.1 installation you should be fine just
replacing the files in your /exim4u directory. All included PHP code and
other exim4u files remain untouched.


*http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/

Mika


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Re: Exim4U UI revamp

Odhiambo Washington

On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 6:44 PM, <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hey there,

I just switched from vexim to Exim4U on my dedi and took the opportunity
to tidy up the markup in the public_html files.

So if you are interested in customizing the look of your Exim4U
installation you might want to try this github repo:
https://github.com/mkay/Exim4UI

Styling is kept to a minimum and is done with a stock bootstrap* 2.2.2
.css which can easily be removed/replaced/extended with your own styles.
Also included the BS .js for some basic tabbing and a dropdown menu.

It should be a good starting point if you want to build a custom Exim4U
layout.

If you use a stock Exim4U 2.1.1 installation you should be fine just
replacing the files in your /exim4u directory. All included PHP code and
other exim4u files remain untouched.


*http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/

Mika


Hi Mika,


Looks quite nice!!! Thanks for the contribution.



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Re: Exim4U UI revamp

gldickens3
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Hi Mika,

I finally got some time to test drive your mods to the Exim4U user
interface. Very good work!  I will be spending more time with it over
the next few weeks.

Also, I would l would like to hear feedback from the Exim4U user base.

Thanks very much for the contribution!

Gordon




On 02/07/2013 10:44 AM, [hidden email] wrote:

> Hey there,
>
> I just switched from vexim to Exim4U on my dedi and took the opportunity
> to tidy up the markup in the public_html files.
>
> So if you are interested in customizing the look of your Exim4U
> installation you might want to try this github repo:
> https://github.com/mkay/Exim4UI
>
> Styling is kept to a minimum and is done with a stock bootstrap* 2.2.2
> .css which can easily be removed/replaced/extended with your own styles.
> Also included the BS .js for some basic tabbing and a dropdown menu.
>
> It should be a good starting point if you want to build a custom Exim4U
> layout.
>
> If you use a stock Exim4U 2.1.1 installation you should be fine just
> replacing the files in your /exim4u directory. All included PHP code and
> other exim4u files remain untouched.
>
>
> *http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/
>
> Mika
>
>
> _______________________________________________
> users mailing list
> [hidden email]
> https://exim4u.org/mailman/listinfo/users


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