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This is still to be confirmed but so far so good: What I did is open all the minified css related to the admin section and deleted theses parts @media only screen and (max-width:xxx px … ){...} whenever I found one. It seems to work and doesn't mess with anything else, as far as I know. Of course, this only makes sense if you intend to re-layout the admin from scratch. …
answered Jan 13 '13 by Baylock
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I would like to customize the layout of the admin section of WordPress. The thing is, whatever the layout I create, I'm very dependent of the default "fluid" layout of the admin. By fluid, I mean … : when I resize the browser window, things tend to reorganize themselves in the admin section (in order to optimize space) and while it's a nice feature with the default look and feel of the admin
asked Jan 12 '13 by Baylock
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I've been asked to restyle the css of a WordPress website frontend. The website can't be in maintenance mode while working on it as it must stay up and running all the time. I assume that if I can add …
asked Feb 19 '13 by Baylock