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After having a little demonstration at the FOSDEM i decide to test civiCRM and maybe use it in my startup. Actually i have the vanilla default installation of CIVI on a wordpress.

My actual issue is that the UI/UX is not as good as other SAAS CRM my bizdev want to use. Is there actually a repo of theme for CIVI or need i to make one by my own ?

  • Seems that the padding is now back even with CAU installed and can't figure out how to remove it. – netzih May 29 at 22:05
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Try installing Shoreditch and see if you like it better. If you want to customise things further, you could fork Shoreditch and alter it to your liking.

  • According to the github readme At the moment the theme is beind developed to work only in Drupal. WordPress and Joomla are not currently supporte – Quentin Lamamy Feb 9 '18 at 15:59
  • I use it with WordPress. I added a stylesheet to CiviCRM Admin Utilities which detects the presence of Shoreditch and tweaks a few elements - mainly the CiviCRM menu. You can make further tweaks in your child theme's stylesheet. But of course YMMV. – Christian Wach Feb 9 '18 at 18:22
  • What do you have to do in CiviCRM Admin Utilities to make Shoreditch work well? I prefer shoreditch, but my biggest issue is that the menu hides behind the wordpress menu. What in CiviCRM Admin Utilities do I have to do? @ChristianWach – themak Feb 9 '18 at 20:23
  • @themak Ah. Thanks for the heads up - I haven't checked compatibility recently. Will have a look and fix as soon as I get a moment. – Christian Wach Feb 12 '18 at 14:38
  • @themak CiviCRM Admin Utilities 0.3.3 should fix the menu z-index and remove the huge top padding issue when using Shoreditch. – Christian Wach Feb 21 '18 at 13:05

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