Lineage Add-On: Theme Selection on Subsites
This package provides theme selection for Lineage subsites.
In Plone we have plone.app.theming (aka Diazo theming) and the old CMF skins. Both are almost independent.
lineage.themeselection adds a lineage.registry local component containing the settings for the plone.app.theming based theme. An object tab appears for site-managers to configure the subsite theme.
Additionally it adds a schema-extender to the ChildSite Folder adding a CMFSkin selection dropown to the settings tab under edit.
On traversal skin is switched and a plone.browserlayer marker is put on the request.
- add the egg to your buildouts eggs-section.
- apply the GS-profile to your Plone site.
Open the “Theme” tab on your ChildSite and edit the Diazo theme and the theme base skin.
Just depend in your buildout on the egg lineage.themeselection. ZCML is loaded automagically with z3c.autoinclude.
Install it as an addon in Plone control-panel or portal_setup.
This package is written for Plone 4.1 or later.
Source Code and Contributions
If you want to help with the development (improvement, update, bug-fixing, …) of lineage.themeselection this is a great idea!
The code is located in the github collective.
You can clone it or get access to the github-collective and work directly on the project.
Maintainer is Jens Klein and the BlueDynamics Alliance developer team. We appreciate any contribution and if a release is needed to be done on pypi, please just contact one of us dev@bluedynamics dot com
- Jens Klein <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Johannes Raggam
- Harald Friessnegger
- thanks to Maurits van Rees for showing with collective.editskinswitcher how this can be implemented and to the Weblion-team for the same with themetweaker.themeswitcher.
- Fix missing ZCML from dependencies. [rpatterson]
- Add uninstall profile. [jensens]
- Depend on lineage.controlpanels since is_subsite_enabled now lives there. [jensens]
- Do not bind the is_subsite_enabled view on a layer, so that it is callable also when lineage.themeselection is not installed. Fixes an error I don’t yet understand (not finding the view when applying a profile, which installs lineage.controlpanels). [thet]
- Fix upgrade script to not acquire lineage_theme attribute when trying to delete it. [thet]
Upgrade Warning! After installing this release, you need to run the provided upgrade steps.
- Set the childsite skin on a lineage.registry based local registry instead of an lineage_theme attribute on an IChildSite object. Includes an upgrade step. [thet]
- Allow setting of lineage_theme skin setting through the @@theming-controlpanel and remove the customized controlpanel template, Archetypes schemaextender and Dexterity behavior. This works for plone.app.theming 1.1.x and 1.2.x. Includes an upgrade step. [thet]
- Install lineage.registry when installing this addon. [thet]
- Only remove the current IBrowserSkinType browser layer and add the new one, if a new one can be found. [thet]
- Fix a bug in the apply_theme event subscriber, which prevented it from correctly set the skin. [thet]
- Also set the browserlayer registered under the skin name if it exists and remove the one set by the “old” skin. [fRiSi]
- Play well with collective.editskinswitcher. If edit skin is active, do not set/activate any other skin. This allows to use a specific skin (eg. Sunburst) for CMS-mode even for Subsites which define a different theme. [fRiSi]
- Add support for Dexterity. [thet]
- Add GenericSetup config to properly register the Browser Layer. [thet. 2013-10-15]
- Let lineage.themeselection work with Plone 4.3, where plone.app.theming has a combined Diazo and Skins control panel. Setting the skin through this controlpanel doesn’t work at the moment, so these settings are hidden for now. Please set the skin in the settings tab of the @@edit page of the lineage subsite. [thet, 2013-10-14]
- added Diazo Theme Support [jensens, 2012-01-01]
- added manifest file [jensens]
- cleanup [thet]
- Make it work. [jensens, 2011-06-06]
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