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DH Admin Themes


Add a dashboard theme.
Prepared for a five color scheme.
To use examples, you can add their own customized color scheme.

Arbitrary section

Images and CSS are included in the directory that defines the color scheme too.
WordPress changed to transparent so that the initial images, I can cope with any color scheme.


Japanese language file has been used only a description.


  • screenshot-1.png Selected control “Sample Blue” color scheme


  1. Upload the entire dh-admin-themes folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress


Can I change the display name of the scheme?

There is a directory that defined the colors in the plugin directory.
This directory contains the “scheme definition file (colors_define.ini) ” there.
To change the display name, please change the “disp” in the scheme definition file.

To add to the original color?
  1. Copy the color scheme defined directory, please rename.
  2. Edit the definition files in the directory.
    “Name” is given a unique ID please.
    “Disp” is the display name.
    “Coloer1-4” is the color scheme.
  3. CSS files in the “name” using the rename.
    Ex) colors-XXXX.css
  4. Replace a new color code the CSS file.

directory name for the color scheme does not rule


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  • Add Sample color scheme to work on WordPress 3.2.


  • Updated to work on WordPress 3.0 & PHP4.
  • Optimized code for constant definitions.


  • First stable release.