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I'd recommend giving Zoo Flexible Admin a whirl. It allows you to create a custom menu in the control panel per member group - and that is a pretty powerful thing when it comes to reorganizing the menus in the control panel, labelling them in a manner that makes sense for your client and stripping out anything they really don't need to see or even have ...


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You can find the available CP themes at http://devot-ee.com/add-ons/filter?t=cpt - but in the end EE and WP are different applications, think about content differently, and hence require different architectures in the Control Panel.


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there. Thanks for pointing this out. I haven't noticed it in my environments, but I'll take another look. In the mean time if you know the fix you can send a pull request to https://github.com/litzinger/Nerdery-Theme


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Control panel themes are installed in the DOCUMENT_ROOT/themes/third_party directory. After placing the theme in there, you should see it in the list in the control panel general preferences.


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EE3 does not support custom control panel themes. You can add custom CSS and javascript using extension hooks (or an add-on like this one), but there is no support for having multiple CP themes and switching between them.


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Is the theme being over written? https://ellislab.com/expressionengine/user-guide/general/system_configuration_overrides.html#cp-theme $config['cp_theme'] = 'default'; The nerdery directions tell you how to set this.


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Every time I've seen this behavior it's due to 1 or 2 reasons: Issue#1: The URL and server path to the 'themes' (or renamed themes folder) is incorrect one too many or too less "/" can do it. The fact it works from the server and not any other computer tells me that your paths may be absolute rather then relative. To check : inspect the CP page in whichever ...


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