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SpotPress: A Mac-Like WordPress Admin Theme

SpotPress is a cosmetic redesign for the WordPress admin pages that resembles the Spotlight search window in Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger. It uses WP’s excellent plugin architecture to simply insert the new stylesheet without any code modification or hassle.

SpotPress is definitely my favorite WordPress Admin/User Interface so far. At v0.8b, SpotPress is still incomplete, but it is 99% functional and easy to install and uninstall if need be. If changing your WordPress Admin/User Interface is of interested to you, you can find more Admin Themes in the Codex list of WordPress Admin Themes.

3 replies on “SpotPress: A Mac-Like WordPress Admin Theme”

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Why the hell didn’t anyone tell me about Spotpress? I can see that James has posted about it. I’m using it until those lazy a$$s releaseShuttle :p.

[…] Steve Smith’s Tiger is truly a Mac-like WordPress Admin/User Interface. Unfortunately, you can’t active or de-active Tiger as a plugin, like you can with SpotPress, but it is very easy to install. If changing your WordPress Admin/User Interface is of interested to you, you can find more Admin Themes in the Codex list of WordPress Admin Themes. […]

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