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To help integrate the new features of OMP into our other applications, we'll describe in this document how we've modified OMP to make it easier in the future to backport.
 
To help integrate the new features of OMP into our other applications, we'll describe in this document how we've modified OMP to make it easier in the future to backport.
  
= Layout overhaul =
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== Layout overhaul ==
  
 
Changes for OMP: [http://github.com/pkp/omp/commit/84a6f3447e773754f5c4317f703707e94eca7194]
 
Changes for OMP: [http://github.com/pkp/omp/commit/84a6f3447e773754f5c4317f703707e94eca7194]

Revision as of 12:32, 26 January 2010

To help integrate the new features of OMP into our other applications, we'll describe in this document how we've modified OMP to make it easier in the future to backport.

Layout overhaul

Changes for OMP: [1]

  • Various locale keys have been added for navigation text (see the changes in the github commit)
  • Added 'Select Role' and 'Select Press' block plugins
  • Added omp/styles/omp.css file which contains references to all CSS files used. This file is the only CSS file needed to be referenced in omp/templates/common/header.tpl. The existing CSS files have been modified (see the changes on github)
  • All javascript is being called in /templates/common/header.tpl. This means that the jQuery plugin is no longer in use. In the future we will be using Google's CDN to call jQuery and jQueryUI, and eventually other libraries.
  • New container divs have been added to header.tpl, and leftSidebar/rightSidebar code has been removed. (see the changes on github for exactly what to change)
  • A new breadcrumb file has been added in omp/templates/common/breadcrumbs.tpl--This should be able to be copied directly over (or eventually abstracted into pkp-lib)
  • /omp/templates/common/footer.tpl was added to include closing tags for new divs added to header.tpl. When all of the application's UIs are in sync, this can be abstracted to pkp-lib.


Changes for PKP-lib: [2]

  • Various CSS and Javascript libraries have been added to allow for new UI features, as well as new images