Feature #14889

Place ADMINPANEL where I want to

Added by Ernesto Baschny almost 16 years ago. Updated over 14 years ago.

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Currently the ADMIN-PANEL is just appended to the webpages output (even after the closing </html>. Usually this is ok, but sometimes not: Especially if we have XHTML-strict pages where layouting is controlled by CSS, the admin-panel might appear "who knows where", while also destroying the XHTML-validity, making browsers render the page "who knows how".

My feature-request would be a way to place the ADMIN PANEL wherever I want through TypoScript, maybe having it as a cObject, e.g.

page.10.marks.PANEL = ADMINPANEL

and then maybe have some ways to configure the admin panel in this object.

Good? Bad? Any objection?

(issue imported from #M1323)


Updated by Ernesto Baschny almost 16 years ago

The ingmar_admpanelwrap only allows me to wrap something around the admin panel, which is still appended to my page (after the closing </html>). The main problem is that this destroys XHTML- (and even HTML-) compliancy on the frontend-page.

The second link (EDITPANEL) is almost what I was suggesting, but I want the ADMINPANEL, not the EDITPANEL placeable where I want.


Updated by Wolfgang Klinger almost 16 years ago

Why do you need XHTML compliancy for a view of your website that no user will ever see (except your staff)?
And the second point is that the admin panel is so big when you open certain functions that this would destroy your page layout anyway.

I don't think that anybody will spend time on such a useless feature, sorry.


Updated by Ernesto Baschny almost 16 years ago

Ok, Wolfgang, thanks anyway.


Updated by Sebastian Kurfuerst over 15 years ago

closing this bug.. if there is more information to this bug, please reopen. greets, sebastian


Updated by Michael Stucki almost 15 years ago

I would suggest to go do it the easy way, using ingmar_admpanelwrap for positioning the panel AND by moving the code before the closing body tag (to have less confusing compliancy checks).

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