Don't get me wrong: I am a big fan of the Design by Jack for Statamic, but there might be cases where you want to customize some views. Maybe using some different colors to fit better to an existing CI/CD?
Customizing Statamic view
Go inside your views directory
Add two more folder, so you will get the following structure
Copy and paste the views you want to customize from the Statamic resources folder and customize them as you like.
You will find them here, starting from your application root folder
In case you can't find a vendor directory inside your application root directory, you may have forgotten to run
It's important to keep the exact file names and structure from the statamic repository.
Customizing the login page
Make a copy of the
login.blade.php inside the
auth folder from the Statamic repository. To keep the exact structure, you need to create:
Customize the view and you should see your changes instantly.
Customizing the Control Panel
It's the same as with the login screen. If you like to customize the Control Panel header, find the
global-header.blade.php inside the
partials directory and copy the file over.
Why does it work like that?
If we think it about: Technically the Statamic CMS is a Laravel Package and all packages do follow a Laravel convention:
"When you use the
loadViewsFrommethod, Laravel actually registers two locations for your views: the application's
resources/views/vendordirectory and the directory you specify. (https://laravel.com/docs/7.x/packages#views)"
Have fun customizing!