Theme Settingtopic setting
Topics > Topics > Theme settings. The settings_schema.json file allows you to configure the theme settings that dealers can access using the theme editor. A work of art or literature's theme can be more subtle than the theme.
Different page items can be printed from the design. You can switch it on and off on the theme's setup page. Those attitudes can be found under "Administer > Appearance> Settings > Settings> themeName". The check boxes are displayed according to the functions activated in the.info files. You have to specify the code of'features' followed by empty parentheses, then the function itself, e.g. features = THE_FEAUTY.
In order to deactivate functions, just insert the desired functions into the .info files. If you only define the functions required for the topic, the remainder is omitted. Several of the functions also activate related forms as well. An example of this is when the logotype activates an up-load box for the picture along with the check box.
If you want to know how to delete it, read the section on Deleting the Topic Cadache.
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Administrators can modify topic preferences under Management > Page Management > Look > Topics > Topics > Topic Preferences.... Here the available topics for course and application topics are listed.... Leaving this field empty will allow any design that is currently in use. When you want to abbreviate the topic menus, you can specify a comma-separated listing of titles without using blanks (e.g. default, orange-white).
The available designs can be previewed at Administration > Site Administration > Appearance for the site > Topics > Themes for the site > Topics for the site > Topics for the site > Topics for the site > Topics for the site > Topics for the site > Topics for the site > Topics for the site. Once the permituserthemes checkbox is checked, each individual can choose their favorite theme on the Change my settings page. NOTE: The user's design is not available on portable and portable terminals unless the option enableddevicedetection is not on.
When this is activated, tutors can define their own course topics. Topics for courses take precedence over all other topic options (site, users or sessions topics). When the Allow Course Topics checkbox is checked, any instructor can choose their course topic from the Force theme checkbox on the Course settings page.
Courses are always shown in the theme defined in the course definition, overwriting custom and page topics. ATTENTION: The course topic is only available on portable and tabular terminals if the enableddevicedetection checkbox is disabled. If activated, topics can be defined at the categories layer.
All subcategories and classes are affected unless they have their own theme. ATTENTION: Activating categorical topics can degrade your service as there are some additional DB requests on each page, so only turn them on when you need them! If this option is checked, you can specify motifs when you edit or create a coherent.
Refer to Cohort synchronization (if there are other url parameters) with the bar's actual rur, and scrolling down to the topic below. To find the correct short name, delete the theme keyword. Topic shortcuts are usually the same as the name of the primary theme, e.g. else the topic is cleaned, so your corresponding URL is set to 'clean':
Tip: You can turn this on to help troubleshoot issues that may be thematic. In this way, you can change to a default or different design for your own meeting without affecting other people or the design of the website. When the design allows it, the check box allows the operator to move block into the pagedeck.
Hint: The booster theme does not provide sub-menus in the user-defined menus. You can use the setting to create a dropdown list that can be viewed by topics that it supports. It is possible to set the user-defined menus by typing user-defined menus individually per line into the setting.
A series of dashes (-) precedes each element, the number of dashes defines the element deep. For example, elements NOT prefixed with a dash appear on the top layer of the menus (always visible), elements with a dash appear on a drop-down list below the preceding top layer element and elements with two dashes appear on a drop-down list below the preceding first layer element, and so on - if the topic allows it.
Each element consists of up to three bit values, each of which is delimited by a one | (Shift + \) sign. Bit is labeled as | ulll | implementtip. labeled text, which is displayed in the main window. For each entry in the menus, you must specify a tag, i.e. the address at which the visitor is directed to it by clicking on the entry.
If it is not checked, the labeled text is used as utility tip for the tool.
Below is an example of how to make a customized menu: Notice: The customized submenu does not remove any character within the labels. It is possible to insert a voice command (or a comma-separated bar of codes) as the fourth point of the line. This line is then displayed if and only if the specified users have chosen the specified languages.
You can use the Customizing menus setting to insert or delete elements from the main menus. In this area, you can adjust other UI elements by deleting them, rearranging them, or customizing them. Example of a user-defined element: It adds an element named "Help Center" that points to a course on the same website with id=2 that has been configured as a help centre for all your enders, and that is displayed with the default cross symbol.
Once a tray or portable theme is selected AND the current users are using a tray or phone, the theme associated with the phone is used, overwriting the course, theme, or group. When no tray or portable design is selected, course, categories or topics are used. In this way, you can adjust the theme selection choices.
You can, for example, include a customized design for IE6 and another for Windows CE by typing the identifier phrases sent by the web browser and the "Return Value" that you want to view as the topic selection "Device Type". The next time you log in, the website, course and users' topics will be on. Ideal for theme tests, this works perfect if you want to activate different theme for different situation.
Sequence determines which theme will win if there are multiple sets at different tiers. Themeorder = array('course','category','session','user','site'); logo, tagline, linkfor, column width, customized style sheet and other preferences for a specific theme can be specified by an admin under Site admin > Site admin > Appearance > Themes > Theme name.