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Responsive Custom Theme (1.7)

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  • hepkat63;40868 said:
    nice work - how do i now apply that to the sCP administration/help desk staff interface too please?
    Not possible unfortunately and as jay_pick is busy with client work we probably won't have an SCP version any time soon.
  • Hi Guys,

    Amazing theme jay_pick! Thanks for that!
    I was wondering how to add the knowledge base button to the header?
    Pawned you did that? How and where?

    Any information regarding this would be great!
  • valentijn;41135 said:
    Hi Guys,

    Amazing theme jay_pick! Thanks for that!
    I was wondering how to add the knowledge base button to the header?
    Pawned you did that? How and where?

    Any information regarding this would be great!
    Hi Valentijn,

    This can be easily accomplished by adding
    <li><a class=\"faq\" href=\"kb/index.php\">FAQ</a></li>
    just after the home button in the following file /include/client/header.inc.php

    In the end it should look something like this:


    <nav id=\"mainNav\">
    <ul id=\"topNav\">
    <li><a class=\"home\" href=\"/ts/index.php\">Home</a></li>
    <li><a class=\"faq\" href=\"/ts/kb/index.php\">FAQ</a></li>
    <?
    if($thisclient && is_object($thisclient) && $thisclient->isValid()) {?>
    <li><a class=\"my_tickets\" href=\"/ts/tickets.php\">My Tickets</a></li>
    <?}else {?>
    <li><a class=\"ticket_status\" href=\"/ts/tickets.php\">Ticket Status</a></li>
    <?}?>
    <li><a class=\"new_ticket\" href=\"/ts/open.php\">New Ticket</a></li>
    <?
    if($thisclient && is_object($thisclient) && $thisclient->isValid()) {?>
    <li><a class=\"log_out\" href=\"/ts/logout.php\">Log Out</a></li>
    <?}?>
    </ul>
    </nav>
  • jay_pick;40201 said:
    Earlier this year, I released a clean & minimal responsive custom theme for osTicket version 1.6. I've had some demand since for a 1.7 version, which is now available for download here. Enjoy!

    http://jaypick.me/themes/responsive-osticket-theme
    I have an existing installation of OS Ticket that I recently upgraded to 1.7. I'm looking at adding this responsive theme to my installation, but I don't want to start over as I have a number of tickets already. I have poured through the forums and don't see any documentation on how to add this to an existing installation. Any chance you could provide some step by step help on that?

    Thanks!

    Jason
  • Have you made any mod changes to your installation?

    If Yes, then you have to manually install all the changes. (yes a real PITA)

    If No, then you copy the files in the distribution over your existing files. (As always make backups before you make changes like this.
  • Migrating

    Hi,

    Someone knows how is possible to migrate the system ?

    Thank you..

    :)
  • You want to know how to migrate the theme? *blink blink*
    You don't. You install by copying the files from the distribution archive over the existing files in your installation.
  • Installing on to 1.7.1

    Hi I'm having trouble installing your great theme made for 1.7.0 onto 1.7.1. I do an install and then get to upgrade window and it says: "The upgrader does NOT support upgrading from the current patch []!"

    Screenshot: http://screencast.com/t/DAECXB1KM

    Anybody found a solution?
  • The theme was not made for 1.7.1 and will not work with it.

    For it to work with versions newer than 1.7ST it will need to be updated. You might try contacting the author to get them to do so.
  • Any chance this could this be updated to 1.8? Its a brilliant theme just a shame it is outdated.
  • Hello Jay Pick,
    where is the readme file. because i wanna install new http://jaypick.me/themes/responsive-osticket-theme i have already installed osticket 1.7

    Thanks
    Mohan lal
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