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No, sorry. Please check out the screenshots and more details at https://frique.me/clientside/

Hello, Just purchased Clientside and I absolutely love the design! Can you add an option to disable the backend custom CSS for admins? I use a lot of custom CSS to hide certain plugin widgets from other user roles, but it would be great if this custom CSS doesn’t apply when admin is logged in. Thank you!!!

Hi. Glad you like it!
I’ll consider the option. One trick you could use to achieve it right now is to disable Clientside, edit your user settings to choose a color theme other than the default, save, enable Clientside. Then you can add body.admin-color-fresh to your custom CSS rules to only target the default admin color theme which won’t apply to your user anymore.

kevhoang

kevhoang Purchased

Do you think you can add this feature to a future update?

I don’t think the custom CSS fields will become role-specific, but I’ll add some new classes to the body tag in the next version which allow you to target specific user roles in your CSS selectors. For example “role-editor”, “not-role-administrator” etc.

kevhoang

kevhoang Purchased

Hello, I noticed a bug with Clientside. When you’re viewing the Media panel in list view, it looks fine, but when you view it in grid view, the left nav overlays with the images. Also, a lot of the buttons are weirdly placed and it doesn’t look polished. Any chance you can fix this in the next release?

I’ll add the plugins to the list of compatibility improvements. Thanks for reporting!

kevhoang

kevhoang Purchased

Hi Frique. I just did some testing and realized that Enhanced Media Library plugin is causing the issue. The plugin adds a few UI elements (e.g., dropdown menus) to the media grid panel, causing it to display incorrectly.

Thanks for the details. I’ll check it out!

kevhoang

kevhoang Purchased

Hi Frique. I’ve found another potential bug. This one has to do with the MailPoet plugin. I used the menu editor to open MailPoet to Admins and Editors, but if I log in as an Editor, only 3 sub-menu items appear under MailPoet (even though there is supposed to be 6 sub-menu items). When I log in as Admin, all menu items show. I double checked the Admin Menu Editor options and all sub-men items are open to Admins and Editors. I’m not sure if this is a user role setting caused by MailPoet. There’s aren’t any settings in MailPoet for changing menu items based on user role. Thanks!

kevhoang

kevhoang Purchased

It looks like it’s being caused by the MailPoet plugin: http://beta.docs.mailpoet.com/article/205-roles-and-permissions. Can you fix this so that Clientside settings override MailPoet user role permissions?

Hi. The menu editor can’t create user capabilities to access pages for roles that normally don’t have access. It simply shows/hides the menu items if they exist. Managing capabilities is something you’d need to manually manage via code or a plugin like “User Role Manager”.

matt3224

matt3224 Purchased

Hey, can you make the wysiwyg controls (toolbar) stick to the top of the page when editing a long article, happy if its only in fullscreen too

Hi. It is planned as a future update but can’t give an ETA yet.

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