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Style change panel beta and testing

INTRO

Style change panel is a panel that allows you to change your theme styles.
You can change styles one all of sections even $id pages.
This gives your site a new fresh look.

Example:
Your theme background is #000
You can change background for news.php to #fff
You can change background for articles.php to #ccc
You even can change background for news.php?readmore=1 to #bbb
This is example you can feel free and change any thing you want.

Find out if you can change your theme styles if the owner of theme is allowed to do it.
See readme.txt for more information.
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HELP TO TEST IT


Please help to test it out, i think it should work fine, but still i don't have a team that could test it so please i hope you could help me out.
And if you do there will be a new great addon.. :)
Please add some suggestions and things i could add to this panel..

I'm thinking maybe i should add like styles.css that is displayed on all pages, that people could simply change this styles.css not a original theme styles?? What do you think about it?..

Post suggestions and bugs if there is and post something if it's working good :)

Link to download - http://phpfusiontutorials.com/files/Styles_change_panel_v1.zip
I will test in the AM and send you feedback.Thanks for your work,I usually don't have time for this,but I think this could be implemented into /themes,Please allow me 24 hours to post to this thread.
Write, what should i add more, or change.
It's so simple panel, but it could be a useful one too :)
Thank you.
No display for me

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1. Unzip files
2. Upload folder infusions to your main directory
3. Go to your site
4. Go to admin panel
5. Click System Admin
6. Click panels
7. Click Add new Upper Center panel
8. Find styles_change_panel in drop down menu
9. Enable on all pages by checking Display panel on all pages
10. After it's done don't forget to enable the panel
11. Change styles. Look bellow to see more info.

All is ok!
Installation instruction isn't good?..

Thank you for testing and suggestions?
Panel Doesn't show
How it doesn't show??.. Like when you want to add new panel or when the new panel is already add, nothing happens?.. or i don't know..
No.
I Downloaded your Panel,Uploaded it.
everything as your instructions say;
enabled panel and nothing is there.
panel does not show.

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1. Unzip files
2. Upload folder infusions to your main directory
3. Go to your site
4. Go to admin panel
5. Click System Admin
6. Click panels
7. Click Add new Upper Center panel
8. Find styles_change_panel in drop down menu
9. Enable on all pages by checking Display panel on all pages
10. After it's done don't forget to enable the panel
11. Change styles. Look bellow to see more info.
mm.. But the last step..
11. Change styles. Look bellow to see more info.
Go to infusions/styles_change_panel/styles/news/styles.css
and add something.. like
CodeDownload  
body
{
background-color:yellow;
}


Now the news section will be with yellow background :o
The css is blank.. They should be edited by website administrator..
Panel should not show up.. :)
Ok will do that,Please make that more clear in the installation.readme file to make it more clear.?? just a suggestion. maybe summarize a little bit in your introduction.Read Me Files are what make or Break A Coder Releasing Materials.

Merged on Nov 20 2012 at 00:28:18:
Could you simplify this panel more by reducing files?
51 files & 15 folders for a panel
rather a big set of files and dirs/
just asking./:G
Ok, i will remake readme file.. - Thank you for suggestion..
And whats with files.. I don't know.. This panel can change all page styles.. So to the one page - one css..
I could remove pages like:
search.php
members.php
contact.php
But i think if it's for all pages then for all..
I could remake it for photogallery, news, articles only, but.. It wouldn't be cool..

P.S. I could create one directory for css and remove all css files, but then people will need to create them manual.. Maybe i could put how to name css for pages in readme and remove all css??..
Or maybe sample files should be there?.. - I think they should stay there.. They are blank files, so the won't take a lot of place.. What do you think?..
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