Description


Here, we'll give you an overview of the page settings menu. The page settings menu can be found at the top of the page next to the save page button. You will be able to change the page including background images and colours, adding in a side menu, page size, etc.


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The Page Settings panel


Features


Page settings


Title: This allows you to assign a title to the page you are creating/editing.

Background Colour: This allows you to set a background color to the page.

Background Image: This allows you to set a background image to the page.

3D Style: This allows you to set the 3D style to all tiles on the page.

Font Family: This allows you to set the font on all tiles on the page.

Height: This allows you to set the height of the page. NOTE: This option is only available on the Fixed Width Canvas.

Width: This allows you to set the width of the page. NOTE: This option is only available on the Fixed Width Canvas.

Maximum Page Width: This allows you to set the maximum page width. NOTE: This option is only available on the Responsive Canvas.

Minimum Page Width: This allows you to set the minimum page width. NOTE: This option is only available on the Responsive Canvas.

Fixed horizontal Padding: This allows you to fix the horizontal padding to avoid scrollbars on smaller devices. NOTE: This option is only available on the Responsive Canvas.

Page Margin Style: This option allows you to set the margin style of the page. The options included are Centered and margin. NOTE: This option is only available option on the Fixed Width Canvas

Page Padding: These four options (Left, Right, Up, Down) applies padding to all the rows on the page. NOTE: This option is only available option on the Fixed Width Canvas.

Designer Style: This option allows you to choose the colour. The options include Light which uses the standard white background and dark which uses a black background.


Custom Code


Custom Code in Document Head: This section allows you to place custom code into the head of the page. Code that is allowed includes html, css and javascript. To use css and javascript, you will need to use style and script tags respectively.

Custom Code in Document Footer: This section allows you to place custom code into the footer of the page. Code that is allowed includes html, css and javascript. To use css and javascript, you will need to use style and script tags respectively.


Side Menu


Enable Side Menu: Tick this to enable the side menu. While this is unticked the rest of the options below will not be visible.

Link Source: This chooses the source of the link. Options include the global menu and the quick launch menu.

Link Target: This chooses whether the link opened in the side menu will open up in a new window, in a modal window or load in place of the page.

Background Color: This allows you to choose the background color of the side menu.

Hover Color: This allows you to choose the hover color of the side menu.

Collapsed Color: This allows you to choose the collapsed color of the side menu.

Shadow Line Color: This allows you to choose the shadow line color of the side menu.

Back Button Color: This allows you to choose the back button of the side menu.

Heading Color: This allows you to choose the heading color of the side menu.

Override Page Font: This option allows you to override the font style set for the canvas. NOTE: Font family will not show up if this isn't selected.

Font Family: This allows you to choose the font type that you would like to apply to the side menu.

Font Size: This allows you to choose the size of the font for the side menu.

Font Color: This allows you to choose the color of the font for the side menu.

Font Style: This allows you to select whether the font is bold and/or italic for the side menu.

Font Weight: This allows you to choose the font weight for the page.


Layout - NOTE: This tab is only available on the fixed width canvas.


Snap to Grid: This allows you to choose whether the tiles snap to grid when placed on the page.

Snap to Other Tiles: this allows you to choose whether the tiles snap to each other when placed on the page.