Custom ThemeUser-defined design
User-defined themes are collections of settings that can be enabled or disabled as a unit.
Instructions on how to design and distribute custom designs.... When you want to release a design you have created, you should include it in the wiki. This basic motif can be found on GitHub. Absolute minimal requirement for a custom design is a html Jinja2 motherboard filename located in a folder that is not a docs_dir kid.
It should be in relation to the config files. If, however, the theme. custom_dir config value is used in conjunction with an available design, the custom_dir design can be used to substitute only certain parts of an integrated design. It is useful if you want to make small changes to an already designed product.
Therefore, the built-in theme is written in a base.html executable that expands main.html. While not necessary, third-party author templates are encourage to adhere to a similar design and possibly use the same block definitions used in the integrated designs to ensure consistent designs. Every theme in a theme is created with a theme framework.
This is the set of available topics. Sequence will vary according to the style sheet being created. Following are global available on every templat. You can use any configuration item, but some are frequently used options: You use the navigational aid tag to navigate through the document.
This is an navigational item that can be iterated, as described by the settings of the navigational configuration. As well as the navigational iterations, the navigational aid contains the following attributes: This is the page item for the homepage of the website. This is a shallow listing of all page items included in the navigational structure.
It is not necessarily a full listing of all the pages on the site, as it does not contain pages that are not part of the navigational system. Use the Page Style Variable for a full page listing. The following is a simple application example that displays the first and second levels of navigational information as a complex network.
Whilst this can be used directly by prefixing it with a locally related URI, it is best to use the URI templates filtering, which is more intelligent as it uses base_url. Python date construct that displays the date and hour when the document was created in ATC. This is a page item listing with all pages in the current page.
This is a shallow listing with all pages in alphanumeric order by folder and name. Notice that index pages within a folder are ordered upwards. These lists may contain pages that are not contained in the Site's overall navigational system and may not correspond to the order of the pages within that navigational system. The page variables in a template that is not render ed from a transcript sources are None.
The page tag contains a page item in styles created from a Markdown sources filename. Use the same page layout as the page layout interface in your local menu and in the Page style list tool. Each page contains the following attributes: This is an executable item that represents the table of content of a page.
Templates can retrieve this information for the page with the resource tag in it. You could then use this to refer to sources that refer to the document page. "This is the arbitrary page address of the site from the hostname, defined by the value given to the page' s_url configuation.
This is the complete, cannonical address to the actual page, which is defined by the value of the config option site-url. Typically used to supply a hyperlink for editing the resource page. base_url should not be used with this tag. You can use this in combination with other page objects to change the behaviour.
Page objects for the preceding page or none. This value is None if the page is the first element in the page navigator or if the page is not contained in the navigator at all. If the value is a page entity, the use is the same as for the page.
Pageobjekt for the next page or None. This value is None if the page is the last element in the page navigator or if the page is not contained in the navigator at all. If the value is a page entity, the use is the same as for the page.
Immediate parents of the page in the pageavigation. Shows that the navigational item is a "Section Object". Wrong for page items. Shows that the navigational item is a "Pages" item. Never miss for page properties. Shows that the navigational item is a "Link" item. Wrong for page items.
Navigational items included in the navigational aid sample variables can be section items, page items, and linking items. Whereas section items can contain interleaved navigational items, pages and hyperlinks do not. Pages are the full page items as used for the actual page, with all available properties.
The Section and Link items contain a subsetset of these properties as specified below: Section navigational entities define a designated section in the navigational structure and contain a subordinate navigational entity to it. Following attribute are available for section objects: Iteratable of all subordinate navigational elements. Shows that the navigational item is a "Section Object".
It' always come true for section items. Shows that the navigational item is a "Pages" item. Wrong always for section entities. Shows that the navigational item is a "Link" item. Wrong always for section entities. You can use the following attribute for linking objects: Name of the links. It is usually used as the labels of the links.
This is the address to which the hyperlink points. Immediate parents of the links. Zero if the connection is at the top layer. Shows that the navigational item is a "Section Object". Wrong for linked items. Shows that the navigational item is a "Pages" item. Wrong for linked items.
Shows that the navigational item is a "Link" item. This is always the case for hyperlink items. You can pass incremental tags to the pattern with the incremental config options. These are a range of value sets that can make custom masks much more customizable. You can do this with the following add-on configuration: extra: extra: version: left:
- HTML: - https: - https: - https: - https: And then shown with this HTML in custom design. So if the address is relatively and the templates contexts contains a page item, the address is return relatively to the page item. In order for the plug-in to work with the theme, a theme must contain a few things.
Whilst the Find plug-in is enabled by default, the user can deactivate the plug-in, and topics should take this into consideration. We recommend that theme templates include a search-specific mark-up with a checking for the plugin: Look here for material.... Basically, the Find plug-in only provides an index filename that is no more than a JSON filename with the contents of all pages.
html. If contain_search_page is flagged truthful, the query mask is created and is available at search/search.html. Used by the theme readythedocs. Also, if include_search_page flag is either negative or undefined, the topic is supposed to offer some other mechanism for viewing results. Specifies whether the query plug-in should only create a query index or a full query or not.
Every item in a file consists of a place (URL), a caption, and text that can be used to generate a index and/or view results. The index item, if any, contains a predefined index that provides power enhancements for major locations. Notice that the preconfigured index is only generated if the prebuild_index configuration options are enabled explicitely by the end-customer.
Topics should anticipate that the index is not available, but can use the index if it is available. There is no need to pack a design, because the whole design can be included in custom_dir. Once you have made a " unique topic ", this should be enough.
If, however, you plan to spread your design to others, the design package has some benefits. Packing your design makes it easier for your customers to deploy, and they can then take full benefit of custom_dir to customize your design to better fit their needs. Use the following layouts for topics.
MANIFEST. should contain the following content, but with the theme_name refreshed and any additional extension added to the included name. The majority of the remainder of the file can remain unprocessed. At the beginning of this section, the folder you create with the html filename mother should contain all other topic filenames.
for the topic. There must also be a __init__. py archive that should be empty, this archive says Python that the folder is a packet. It should contain standard design setup settings. If the design does not provide setup choices, however, the filename is still needed and can be skipped.
Topic authors can specify any choices they consider necessary, and these choices are provided in the behaviour management template. It reflects the theme's eponymous configuration item and allows some default values to be defined by the design. Notice that although the UI can include template items in this listing, the UI cannot delete template items that are contained in the configuration of the theme.
Specifies a superordinate design from which this design is inherited. This value should be the substring name of the topic. Plug-ins can also specify some features that allow the design to tell a plug-in what kind of plug-ins to expect. You will find all the plug-ins that you want to use in your topic in the corresponding section of the manual.
Following the above changes, your design should now be installed. You can do this with pipe, with pipeinstall... if you are still in the same folder as setup.py.