After working with WordPress for several months now, I felt the Administration area needed a little “freshening up.” I wanted the utility to feel more like an application, and less like a traditional website. So I pulled some inspiration from my newly installed OS X Tiger, and created a mockup with Fireworks. I knew from the beginning that I didn’t want to touch the XHTML of the Administration, just the CSS file, and adding a few images.
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.
Tiger, a slick WP admin theme
Didn’t I install Randy Walker’s WP admin theme the other day? In any case, I’m really into Tiger right now, despite being a few hours “old”. Here’s some issues:
Some text fields are too wide, particularly Post Ta…
Awesome…where do you find this cool stuff?
I hear about them from various sources like blogs, emails, IM conversations, forum posts, and this Codex listing.
Ahhh – the connections, heh.
Pretty much. ^_^
Thank you very much!
You’re welcome. Thanks for stopping by.
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