GSoC 2014 Project: Navigation Remake and Optimization of two official themes
I. Navigation Remake(Including two GSoC 2014 ideas)
The Navigation panel of PMA is quite out of date, even it's stable and
useful, but also has lots of problems, for instance:
* Outdated tags(<i> and <b>)
* Using <i> and <b> to draw the lines of the tree-like list is usable, but
* The icons and links haven't been aligned vertically
* Improper solution on the navigation of icons, like(position:
I think the Navigation panel of PMA should be remade, the new Navigation
panel would contain:
* Feature #1426: Remember navigation state
* Feature (to replace #1486): Fold/unfold all lists in one click
* Feature: Floating top-aligned effect of the parent nodes, clicking the
parent nodes without scrolling up, and folding the child-elements
* Improve: A better shown full name on hover effect
* Improve: A better filter, multiple keywords support(possibly be
* Improve: A better highlight mechanic
* Improve: Delete the lines of the tree-like lists(Proposed), decrease the
indent space of parent/child elements to save space, just like the
tree-like lists in windows 7/8 explorer
* Improve: Add some old-browsers-fallbackable animated effect
* More new features will be added during the work
The modification including some php scripts exported as html, navigation
all those modifications above would only affect the appearance in browsers.
II. Optimization of two official themes(including one GSoC 2014 idea)
Some details in the offical themes is quite unsatisfactory, like:
* Unfit shadow of group h2 (pmahomme);
* Ununified icon style;
* #pma_navigation_collapser using "←"
* The bottom border of pmahomme shouldn't be above #topmenucontainer
All optimization works including:
* Improve: Improvement on the UI details
* Feature #1490: Dynamic process list
* Improve: Add some CSS3 animations to the pmahomme
I'm Zsolt Bölöny (yzsolt) from Hungary. I'm studying Computer Science at
ELTE in Budapest. PHP was the first programming language I learned (at the
age 14-15) and I have been using it since then. I'm also familiar with
As browsing through PMA's import code I've noticed several things which
could be improved during this year's GSoC. I wrote a (very) rough list of
ideas I would like to work on during the summer. The list is available
I would really appreciate your thoughts on the list. As you can see, this
is just a rough list, not a final proposal. This would be my first GSoC, so
I don't have enough experience to know how much time would cost
implementing all the ideas, but I think it's doable. I would also
appreciate your ideas for import/export improvements, if you have any.
error" but i was not able to do so.
so, i start looking for another bug and i found bug #3991 "select item in
any select box with the ENTER keystroke doesn't work anywhere" which i
successfully reproduced in IE 10...
I would now like to know my next step.
Eagerly waiting for the reply...
Thanks & Regards
2nd Year Undergraduate Student
Department of Mining Engineering
Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad
Mobile No: (+91)9162648465
I just implemented the new feature "Load/save Query-By-Example" (see ticket
https://sourceforge.net/p/phpmyadmin/feature-requests/569/ and pull request
In the UI interface, I used the terms "New search" and "Saved searches".
Marc proposed to use the terms "New search definition" and "Saved search
Which one do you prefer? Which one is the more understandable for an
english people? Do you have another interesting proposal?
Thanks for your feedback.
Hello, My name is Mohamed Ashraf. I worked with phpMyAdmin last year on the
error reporting component during GSoC 2013. I have completed the project on
time. There were a few setbacks that were discovered once everything was
completed. I tried my best to fix them as soon as possible so that the
feature my by shipped in the next release of phpMyAdmin at the time. The
code as far as I could make it was well documented and I tried to get the
tests to cover all the code.
Anyways, This year I wanted to continue to once again work with phpMyAdmin
on an expansion of the error reporting component which also collects php
errors. I have a few questions about how you want to do this but first I
wanted to ask how did the core team feel about my work last year. What I am
asking is, should I apply again this year or do you feel that you made a
wrong choice last year and would not select me again. Also, what do you
think I need to improve this time around?
Refreshing the Table Export page causes this bug.
After looking at the code I got that the bug is due to the missing of this
parameter '$_REQUEST['single_table']' in the display_export.inc.php
The only way to fix it is (as I suppose) to append the single_table='true'
in the url when the users first come to the Table Export page.
my doubts are :
1. Does it even counted as a bug ? (in case if we don't expect the user to
refresh the page)
2. Is editing the URL ok ? or if you have some other solution in your mind
please do tell.
I'm trying to re-create the issue where the global trigger grant isn't
working fine , but when I created a new user with db having _(underscore) it
din't seem to show any error or probably I'm doing it wrong.
Please provide the instructions to re-create this bug #4252.
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I'm Sampath Liyanage, a 3rd year undergraduate of university of
moratuwa, Sri Lanka. I'm doing a Computer Science and Engineering
Ajax and I have some experience working on them.
I hope to do a GSOC project of PHPMYADMIN this year. I'm interested on
the projects "Interface improvements" and "User interface
enhancements". While a normal web application uses regular http
requests which makes a user awaits for the response, PMA uses ajax
requests mostly. It makes PMA faster, efficient and more user friendy.
Also PMA is widely used by developers, it's opensource and free. These
made me interested on contributing to PMA.
I found a bug while I was observing current features
(http://sourceforge.net/p/phpmyadmin/bugs/4299/). Also purposed a fix
Dept. Computer Science and Engineering,
University of Moratuwa,