This skin package contains a theme for the Roundcube Webmail software. It can be used, modified and redistributed according to the terms described in the LICENSE section.
For information about building or modifying Roundcube skins please visit https://github.com/roundcube/roundcubemail/wiki/Skins
The contents of this folder are subject to the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. It is allowed to copy, distribute, transmit and to adapt the work by keeping credits to the original authors in the README.md file. See http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ for details.
This folder also contains code licensed separately: - Bootstrap Framework 4 from https://github.com/twbs/bootstrap - FontAwesome 5 fonts from https://fontawesome.com/ - Roboto font from https://google-webfonts-helper.herokuapp.com/fonts/roboto?subsets=cyrillic,latin-ext,cyrillic-ext,latin,greek,greek-ext
All styles are written using LESS syntax. Thus it needs to be compiled using the
lessc (>= 1.5.0) command line tool. This comes with the
nodejs-less RPM package which depends on nodejs.
$ lessc -x styles/styles.less > styles/styles.css $ lessc -x styles/print.less > styles/print.css $ lessc -x styles/embed.less > styles/embed.css
(the -x option minifies the CSS code)
References to image files from the included CSS files can be appended with cache-buster marks to avoid browser caching issues after updating.
bin/updatecss.sh --dir skins/elastic before packaging the skin or after installing it on the destination system.
Supported browsers: IE11+, Edge, Last 2 versions for Chrome/Firefox/Safari, Android Browser 5+, iOS Safari 9+.
Skin color palette changes and other css modifications can be done via _styles.less and _variables.less files. Where you can overwrite all variables and add custom styles.
Minimum supported screen width is 240px (note that even if the device screen resolution is e.g.320x372 changing the text size in device settings will reduce the resolution)
Every page (which is not a frame) has following required structure:
<body> <div id="layout"> <div id="layout-menu"></div> <div id="layout-sidebar"></div> <div id="layout-list"></div> <div id="layout-content"></div> </div> </body>
#layout-list are optional. Which element of the
#layout will be displayed as a main view on mobile devices can be defined by adding
selected class to it.
<html> element will receive special classes that will be updated on resize or orientation change:
touch: A touch device, screen width <= 1024px,
layout-large: Screen width > 1200px,
layout-normal: Screen width <= 1200px and >= 768px,
layout-small: Screen width < 768px and > 480px,
layout-phone: Screen width <= 480px.
Frames will have the same classes applied as their parent windows.
Every button, that is not
Every iframe need to be wrapped by an element with
iframe-wrapper class. It is required to have proper scrolling on mobile devices.
data-hidden: Makes a menu entry/button hidden on specified screen sizes. Can be used for example for functionality not implemented or that has no sense on phones or touch devices. Contains a comma-separated list following values:
large (width > 1200px),
big (width > 768px),
small (width =< 768px),
phone (width =< 480px),
lbs (width > 480px).
data-content-button: Makes the action button with this attribute to be copied to the content frame header on small/phone screens.
Special URLs: In phone mode we display Prev/Next navigation buttons below the content preview frame. We do this e.g. for mail preview or contact preview. Plugins should use _action=add* or _action=create* or _nav=hide in the frame URL if the navigation should be hidden, which is the case when you create a content object.