There has been some work going on to support shoreditch for CiviCRM 5.13. The temporary solution(until a new release is available) is to make the Menu colour to white by navigating to CiviCRM >> Administer >> Customize Data and Screens >> Display Preferences. Update the form by changing the 'Menu Color' to white
This isn't directly related to the Drupal 8 change but instead is related to a change to the civicrm-drupal7.js file.
The JS is forcing the CiviCRM menu to 97% width - to allow for the Drupal admin toolbar's shortcut bar toggle element. It doesn't however account for sites which don't use the core toolbar module or styling or sites which don't use the ...
And just as I posted that, I found the answer on my own - it is not called Shoreditch in the extension listing. It is called "CiviCRM Bootstrap theme". So I'm keeping the question here and adding the answer for anyone who gets stuck like I did looking for the wrong name.
I just tested with Shoreditch activated as CiviCRM custom css, with seven as admin theme and CK Editor worked just fine.
I also tried to replicate your setup, using Drupal 7, Shoreditch 0.1-alpha25, Civi 5.5.3, Garland as CiviCRM admin theme, and custom CSS URL as other instead of shoreditch and I was unable to replicate your issue.
It seems that you are ...
Based on your comments, I believe I see the issue.
CiviMail requires bounce processing to be enabled to work properly. The documentation might want to emphasize this point - but your error is actually mentioned in the VERP Support section.
VERP is a standard by which you send each email from a different "From" address - so when a server responds that the ...
The documentation in Shoreditch states:
CiviCRM, v5.0+ recommended
"CiviCRM Theme" module enabled
"Seven" theme set as CiviCRM Administration theme
My understanding is that the layout part is then heavily depending on the Seven theme, which is why it appears so differently in WordPress. Please correct if this is a ...
I've discovered that the Shoreditch README states that "At the moment the theme is being developed to work only in Drupal." The CiviCRM extension page for Shoreditch, however, states, "CMS Compatibility:
CMS Independent (CiviCRM-native)". Shoreditch, however, is still required for Mosaico, which does work correctly with Joomla.
So, apparently, my ...
Your question appears to be:
When using Shoreditch, I can see only 4 contacts before scrolling. Is there a way it can be customised - apart from tinkering with the CSS, that is?
Shoreditch does nothing but modify the look of CiviCRM via CSS. So, if you're unhappy with the out-of-the-box layout, CSS is what you'll have to use to modify it.
FWIW, my ...
There are multiple conflicting methods of installing CiviCRM with Drupal 8. It sounds like you're either a) placing the vendor directory into your webroot, or b) symlinking the vendor directory into your webroot.
The lack of definitive instructions for D8/Civi is frustrating. However (for security reasons) I believe the community won't accept a solution ...
Your screenshot shows the URL for CSS files at "http://localhost". This suggests that either your CIVICRM_UF_BASEURL in civicrm.settings.php is incorrectly set to localhost, or that the same problem exists in one of the directories or Resource URLs (in Administer menu » System Settings » Directories or Resource URLs).
This is a core issue (not specific to Shoreditch) and there is an issue with some discussion related to it here:
To tag on to your specific point about Shoreditch's CSS, I have found this to be problematic for the display reasons you mention (conflicts with CSS from the front end theme) but also for performance ...
It looks to me like a bug in the shoreditch theme. It reduces the z-index of the civicrm menu, which causes it to be hidden behind the wordpress menu.
I've found a bug report on this, and a pull-request which fixes it. Hopefully that will make it into the next version.
With regard to the issue posted in your update: There's a dependency conflict between CiviCRM and some other component you have installed over which version of psr/log should be installed.
Both civicrm-core and civicrm-cxn-rpc specify psr/log ~1.0.0 which means "any version starting with 1.0". You have another package that's specifying psr/log 1.1.0. I ...
In Drupal, install the Shoredich theme extension. Make sure you use the latest one! Check the extension documentation.
Basically in Drupal you choose the Seven theme as the CiviCRM admin theme.
Then, back over in CiviCRM in Resource URLs, you set the CSS to use the Shoreditch CSS.
Should then work as ...
I wrote an extension that is not a clean fix by any means, shoreditchwpworkarounds, but it might help. I had written it for WordPress, but it should work for Drupal8 also.
Personally I think that removing sidebars is the better option. They use a lot of screen space, and the Recent Menu Items or kamlanguage extensions can help expose features that were ...
I found that Shoreditch had the least issues using the Seven Administration theme but I prefer Adminimal for my drupal side. My settings are as follows:
Administration Theme - Adminimal (also used for editing and creating content)
CiviCRM Administration Theme - Seven
CiviCRM Public Theme - Our main theme