i'm working on a welcome box, but i'm not sure if someone is interested to this (if i need to make it public or not). If someone have suggestion, improvements, ideas, maybe we could join forces.
i will release this public only if someone is interested
The logout button can be located at the top right with only fa-sign-out-alt
tolgaaaltas at the top right of avatar? sure thats a nice suggestion
Justoverclock avatar or box, it's up to you.
Here's my suggestions. I couldn't find FA icons on Figma, so i used another icon pack.
tolgaaaltas nice concept, i will work on it
I would suggest leaving the avatar animation out or have the option to turn it off in an extension setting; you can probably take it one step further and replace the basic avatar helper with say the AvatarEditor component like this extension did it 🙂
Ralkage this is already done! but i cannot find the right class for the overlay
why to show the logout button? Let's not encourage users to logout... and i love this extension. looks super clean
admiralarjun yeah i think i will remove the button and use the icon as tolgaatas says
It looks very interesting! it reminds me of @Kylo extension, maybe you would like to take a look at it, it's been a while and nobody has updated it, maybe it will help you or you can make a fork https://discuss.flarum.org/d/24496-welcome-widgets
Darkle i'm not good as @Kylo , but of course if he want is ok for me 🙂
Justoverclock You are improving a lot and it is very motivating to see how you started without much knowledge and see how much you are achieving. @Kylo is currently away due to work, @ianm for example is taking care of maintaining temporary forks of some of his extensions 🙂
You are improving a lot and it is very motivating to see how you started without much knowledge and see how much you are achieving.
Justoverclock We were calling to go through basic extension dev just 2 weeks ago, and now you're publishing multiple well-designed, functional extensions. The progress you've made and work you've done is incredible, and in such a short time too: I'm very impressed! Nobody immediately knows how to code: learning is always a process. If you continue doing what you're doing, you'll become an excellent developer.
thank you very much @askvortsov 😃
Justoverclock I'll be around to help in any way I can as well 🙂 @askvortsov is a wonderful mentor and just from our first call I learned so much! I've also seen enough Flarum code to understand the basics and what aspiring extension developers, such as yourself, need in regards to pulling in the right components 😉
Ralkage exactly, i'm in trouble when i need to find the right component 😆