[wp-ui] wpmu188.8.131.52 and wp2.9 comparison (+ wpmu3.0 migration)
andre.renaut at gmail.com
Sun Jan 31 10:09:15 UTC 2010
When you look at wp mu 184.108.40.206 and wp 2.9, there is some work to do on admin
ui (to have specific wp mu admin pages looking like wp admin pages) :
Points that can be discussed :
* 'Site Admin' menu :
** a fancier menu admin icon for 'Site Admin'
** 'Admin' sub menu option : suppress ?
** 'Blogs' sub menu option : page 'look & feel' like Posts > Categories page
** 'Users' sub menu option : page 'look & feel' like Posts > Categories page
** 'Themes' sub menu option : should this sub menu option migrate to a 'MU
Themes' option in "Settings' ?
** 'Options' sub menu option : should this sub menu option migrate to a 'MU
Options' option in "Settings' menu ?
** 'Upgrade' sub menu option : should be replaced by the usual wp upgrade
* WPMU Users :
in wpmu some fancy menu bugs should be fixed.
* When Site Admin > Options > Add New Users is set to 'No', Users > Add New
appears like this : 'Add New *' (that redirects to Site Admin > Options >
Add New Users anchor). This option should be disabled or hidden.
* When Logged as Administrator, editing a Site Admin > Users > currently
logged user, current menu option (bold and black) goes from Site Admin >
Users to Users > Your profile (looks ok for me)
* When Logged as Administrator, editing a Site Admin > Users > other user,
current menu option (bold and black) goes from Site Admin > Users to Users >
Authors and Users (current menu option should stay to Site Admin > Users).
* Settings pages :
** 'Reading', 'Discussion', 'Media', 'Privacy' pages look similar
** No 'Miscellaneous' in wpmu
** 'General' and 'Writing' are different
I believe all those topics (and others like thinking of a review of Settings
(*)) are in the scope of this working group.
Last point : Did anybody succeeded in wp220.127.116.11. to wp nightly build (3.0)
I personnally have this message :
Fatal error: Call to undefined function wp_redirect() in
C:\Vn\wpmu\wp-includes\ms-settings.php on line 91
(*) Settings menu with one submenu :'WordPress' giving a setting page with
'General', 'Writing' .... as tabs.
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