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If you are an administrator, you can use the Theme Editor to generate user-defined designs for your organization. Topics are generated from available canvas template. Each theme added to the accounts is valid for all sub-accounts, although the theme editor can also be used to add topics for sub-accounts. After you have designed and stored a design, you can always add it to your bankroll.

It is also possible to make new designs using earlier designs. Find out how to organize your stored designs. Watch a movie about the Theme Editor. Customizing is hosted at per user interface and, by default, sub-users and associated quotes heritage the per user interface. You can, however, allow subaccounts to use the ad spec editor; any items that are not specifically modified will continue to be passed on to the account layer.

Users registrations are assigned at accounts and course registrations at sub-accounts levels. The Dashboard will display the logo of the login profile if a particular person is not logged in for a course. It also applies to pages that are not associated with a course, as well as accounts and preferences, calendars, and conversation.

Users' information is always host at the accounts layer, so they cannot come into sub-account brand-name inheritance. Once a participant is logged into the course profile, the dashboard will display the logo for the course profile. The dashboard shows the subaccount brand when a participant is logged into a course within a subaccount.

The Dashboard will display the logo of the course if it is logged into more than one sub-account or if one of the course is in the group. You can find more information about the Theme Editor component in the PDF format Canvas Theme Editor Component. If you need help with picture artwork, check out the PDF with the picture artwork in the Canvas Theme Editor.

User-defined cascading stylesheets (CSS) or JavaScript (JS) may not be necessary, but the Theme Editor also supports overheads. Please note the associated risk before you upload user-defined HTML or JS documents, as user-defined documents can cause problems with web access or conflict with upcoming canvas upgrades. Topic Editor is not available for a two-week evaluation version or for Free-For-Teacher account.

When you are a sub-account administrator and the Topics links are not displayed in the navigation, sub-account topics have not been activated. Click the Admin[1] shortcut in the global navigation and then click the name of the account[2]. Click the Topics hyperlink in the navigation bar. Hint: If Sub ACount Topics have been activated, each sub Acount will also contain a Topics hyperlink.

In order to open the Theme Editor for a sub-account, click the Sub-accounts button to find and open the sub-account, and then click the Sub-account Themes button. And if you don't have a canvas design for your affiliate yet, use a custom design form to design a new one. Select from the standard canvas style sheet, a minimalistic style sheet, and a state of the art style sheet.

When your customer success manager has activated the K12-specific characteristic checkbox, the K12 theme also becomes a reference. In order to design a new design, move the mouse pointer over a design and click the Open in Theme Editor button[1], or click the Add Theme button[2] and choose a design from the drop-down menu.

Once you've previously designed and stored a theme, you can always modify stored designs. Stored topics are displayed in the My Topics area. In order to open a stored design, move the mouse over the name of the design and click on the Open in design editor button[1]. If you want to have a new theme creation from a stored theme, click the Add Theme button[2] and choose the name of the stored theme from the drop-down menu.

Allows you to prevent your previously stored design from being overwritten. Scene editor shows a demo page to get a glimpse of your customized Brandings. Those ingredients vary with the color and brand-name you apply with the Theme Editor. When your profile has customized stylesheet (CSS) or JavaScript (JS) annotation annotations turned on, the Topic Editor sidebar shows an Edit[1] and Upload[ 2] tabs.

In the standard system, the ad spec editor is set to the Edit register card and shows all of the ad spec editor functions. There are four groups of functions in the Ad Spec Editor: Worldwide branding, global navigation, watermarks and other images, and login screen. The Global Branding group is displayed by default in the sidebar of the theme editor. Click the Change previews pushbutton to see a thumbnail of your design.

The Canvas generates the component previews according to your changes to the canvas. Make further changes as needed and re-visit your design in the thumbnail. When you are happy with your changes to the templates, click the Safe Theme icon to store your design. When you change a theme from a design sheet, the theme editor makes a copy of the theme.

Type a name for your design in the Theme Name[1] box. Press the Save Theme button[2]. If you have previously modified a stored theme, storing the theme will overwrite the earlier versions of the theme and use the same name. In order to add your design to your bankroll, click on the Add design button[1].

In order to leave the topic and go back to the Topics page, click on the Finish button[2]. Open the topic and add it to your profile at any point. Click the OK[1] icon to add the theme to your whole content area. Click the Cancel button[2] to go back to the scene editor.

Hint: If your current user allows sub- account to adjust their own theme, any changes you have made will also be applied to all their sub user sub user profiles. The canvas displays the state of your upgrades in the Topic Editor; when the update is completed for each sub-account, the sub-account will disappear from the Update dialog. Once all sub-accounts have been refreshed, the Theme Editor returns you to the Designs page.

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