I was wondering if there is a way to wrap my very few custom pages in the KB template so the entire site shares the same look/feel. I use the KB as my intranet, but have a couple of custom pages I require, but they have to wrapped in an entirely custom html file so they don't really "match." Does that make sense?
Custom Pages(6 posts)
I'm not sure about wrapping them in the template.
One thing you might do is
1) Manually add your custom pages to the menu (refer forum article http://www.kbpublisher.com/forums/topic/template-problems for how to do this)
2) Then use KBPublisher styles (and maybe even pages) to change the look and feel of your html pages.
The article Change KBPublisher Look and Feel may give you a start with which pages and styles to look for.
Thanks for the reply, Karen.
I had added custom links already to those template files with no issues and am using my own custom.html page as the template (simply adding my header and footer.)
What I was hoping to do was make these custom links link to pages that have the KB look and feel to them (basically my own PHP code wrapped in a KB template.)
On a similar note, is there somewhere that describes what each template file is, i.e. which is the main screen you see in the client area?
Your questions have made me realise there's a whole area of the knowledgebase I don't know very well, and wth little documentation.
At present, no, we don't have information similar to that which you are asking. I'll dig around and see if we have anything I can put up, but it's not likely to be in the short term, sorry.
The suggestion that Bradley made about describing what each template file is would be really useful - I think it would solve some of my problems too.
Excellent description here about Custom Pages and to resolve its issues. Than you for posting on this helping topic and to provide guideline for all the members of this forum.Posted 2 years ago #
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