The command toolbar provides some features in order to search and create a new content block, as well as the access to the section where images are stored.
Creating a new content block
The Tenant can create a new instance of a Splash Portal. To do this you must click the Splash Portals button in the quick access toolbar, click the Contents button in the command toolbar of the page, and then click the Create New button again on the command toolbar of the page. The data to enter are the following:
- Name: the name to assign to the content block.
- Description: a short description of the content block, useful for displaying purposes.
- Align: the alignment of the content block in respect to the information block. May be:
- Type: indicates the type of content block. Content types vary depending on their features and are as follows:
- Text: publish HTML code content within a Splash Portal block. An editor, embedded in the page , easily generates a HTML code , even for those who have no knowledge about this language.
- Image: allows to add one or more images (clickable, redirecting to a specified URL, if wished) within a Splash Portal block. The image can be selected from those stored in the Images gallery section. This content block can now be used also as a "logo" in the appropriate logo content block.
- Facebook: can be published within a Splash Portal block, the messages flow from a public Facebook page. Learn more
- Twitter: can be published within a Splash Portal block, the messages flow coming from a public Twitter page. Learn more
- RSS: can be published within a Splash Portal block, the messages flow coming from an external RSS source. Learn more
- Slider: Create within a Splash Portal block, an images slider using the those stored into the Images gallery section.
- Log in: Create an area dedicated to the end-user log in within a Splash Portal block.
- Footer: Create an area containing contacts and reference within a Splash Portal block.
- Please note that the all the URLs must be entered without the http:// prefix.
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- CSS Class: the names of one or more CSS classes to apply to the selected content block. The names of the classes must be separated by whitespaces.
Editing a content block