As of Redux 220.127.116.11+, the Redux templates have been decoupled from the core. That means that ANY developer can take the template files, and override them for their own customized Redux panel.
How’s it done?
To do this is trivial. First, copy the templates from
~/ReduxCore/templates/panel to a different location.
Never, ever, EVER modify ReduxCore. Always move things out of the core to make modifications.
Tell Redux where these new new files are, via the
templates_path argument. That’s it!
What if you change something?
Our templates use the same versioning of other products. If your panel is in
dev_mode, and a template file has been updated in the core, a notice will be displayed in the panel.
Won’t this Change All Panels?
We built it so each panel can have it’s own set of templates. It’s all powered by the
opt_name key. As long as you don’t share keys with another panel, your customizations are yours and yours alone.
- container.tpl.php – The template for the main panel container.
- content.tpl.php – The template for the main content of the panel.
- footer.tpl.php – The template for the panel footer area.
- header.tpl.php – The template for the panel header area.
- header_stickybar.tpl.php – The template for the header sticky bar.
- menu_container.tpl.php – The template for the menu container of the panel.