CMS GUI settings

  • Tree item working style information: State any css-inline-style you wish to use to indicate that the content/page is in working state in the content/structure tree.
  • Tree item final style information: State any css-inline-style you wish to use to indicate that the content/page is in final state in the content/structure tree. Not used.
  • Tree item publish style information: State any css-inline-style you wish to use to indicate that the content/page is in published state in the content/structure tree.
  • Tree item published style information: State any css-inline-style you wish to use to indicate that the content/page is in published state in the content/structure tree.
  • Custom content type definitions icons: In the example below we have stated urls to icons for different states of the content type with id 3 (the id can be found in the management tool). OBS: You will have to deploy the custom icon files yourself to the path you reference. The system does not include any deploy mechanism for this.
  • 3=/infoglueCMS/images/icons/articleIcon.png
    3_folderIcon=/infoglueCMS/images/icons/articleFolderIcon.png
    3_openFolderIcon=/infoglueCMS/images/icons/articleOpenFolderIcon.png
    3_protectedFolderIcon=/infoglueCMS/images/icons/articleProtectedFolderIcon.png
    3_protectedOpenFolderIcon=/infoglueCMS/images/icons/articleProtectedOpenFolderIcon.png
    3_protectedIcon=/infoglueCMS/images/icons/articleProtectedIcon.png

  • Name / description
  • Shortcuts: Here you can define application/task shortcuts which will be shown in the myDesktop tool.
  • The format is xml-based and here is an example:
  • <?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
    <shortcuts>
    <shortcut>
    <name>InfoGlue Official homepage</name>
    <url>http://www.infoglue.org</url>
    <popup>true</popup>
    </shortcut>
    </shortcuts>

  • WYSIWYG ToolbarComboPreview CSS: Here you enter a CSS for how the styles should look in the toolbars in FCKEditor. Usually it’s nice if you state the same classes as the external site uses so users feel at home when selecting formats etc in the drops.
  • WYSIWYG EditorArea CSS: Here you enter the CSS you wish the FCKEditor to use when you edit. Usually it’s nice if you state the same classes as the external site uses so users feel at home.



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