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Web Part: CMS Common Edit Properties

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Modified on Tue, 16 May 2017 12:27 PM by Charles Categorized as CMS, Web Parts

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   CMS Common Edit Properties
         Padding
         Back Color
          Login Type
         Public Viewer
         Read Permissions
         Edit Permissions
         Devices
         Language
      Appearance Properties
      Layout Properties


Figure 1: Common Edit Properties

CMS Common Edit Properties

Each Web Part has CMS Common Edit Properties. This includes:

Padding

Enter a numeric value for padding around the color around the Web Part.

Back Color

Select a color for the padding.

Figure 3: Edit the Login Type Roles

Figure 3: Edit the Login Type Roles

Login Type

Identify how Login users view the Web Part content. This provides a powerful technique for controlling how users see Web Part content. e.g. by setting COR to this property, this limits COR logged in users access to the Web Part.
  • COR: COR users must be logged in to view the Web Part content.
  • Jetfire: Jetfire users must be logged in to view the Web Part content.
  • Both: User must be logged into BOTH COR and (Jetfire or Jazz) to view the Web Part content.
  • Either: User must be logged into either COR or Jetfire or Jazz, user can view the Web Part content.
  • None: Login is not required to view the Web Part content. This is the typical case for most users surfing the website.
  • COR_Deny: Logged in COR users canNOT view the Web Part content.
  • Jetfire_Deny: Logged in Jetfire users canNOT view the Web Part content.
  • COR_OR_Jetfire_Deny: if Logged into either COR or Jetfire, users canNOT view the Web Part content.
  • COR_AND_Jetfire_Deny: if Logged into both COR and Jetfire, users canNOT view the Web Part content.
  • Jazz: Jazz users must be logged in to view the Web Part content.
  • Jazz_Deny: Logged in Jazz users canNOT view the Web Part content.
  • COR_OR_Jazz_Deny: if Logged into either COR or Jazz, users canNOT view the Web Part content.
  • COR_AND_Jazz_Deny: if Logged into both COR and Jazz, then user canNOT view the Web Part content.
  • COR_Edit: COR users must be logged in and in Edit mode to view the Web Part.

Public Viewer

  • Guests are allowed to view this Web Part (option applies if COR login is required. 'LoginType' is set to COR or Both) and Read Permissions permit all Roles to see the Web Part.

Read Permissions

  • If a Login Type is selected, then Roles may be selected to further identify specific user groups that may read the content. The default is that all Roles are allowed to view the content.
  • The default is that all Roles are allowed read access to the Web Part.
  • Note: Read Permissions are not used for Deny options

Edit Permissions

If a Login Type is selected, then Roles may be selected to further identify specific user groups that may edit the content. The default is that all Roles are allowed to edit the content.
  • The default is that all Roles are allowed edit access to the Web Part.
  • Note: Read Permissions are not used for Deny option

Devices

Identifies the type of devices that the web part can be displayed on. This includes:
  • All Devices - standard and mobile devices
  • Normal Devices - standard PC's
  • Mobile Devices - e.g. Smart Phones, PDA's

Language

The language of the Web Part. This language is matched against the user's preferred language. 'All languages' is the default. The Web Part is displayed for any user preferred language.

Figure 4: Appearance Properties

Figure 4: Appearance Properties

Appearance Properties

Appearance Properties include:

  • Title of the Web Part: The title is displayed when the Chrome Type is Title or Title and Border.
  • Description of the Web Part: The description is displayed when the user hovers over the title.
  • Chrome Type: displays optional borders and titles in the web page. This property allows the designer to set:
    • Chrome Type: Title and Border
      Title and Border
    • Chrome Type: Title
      Title and Border
    • Chrome Type: Border
      Title and Border
    • Chrome Type: Default or None displays Plain content
      Title and Border

  • Height of the Web Part: This is used to force the Web Part to be a specific height.
  • Width of the Web Part: This is used to force the Web Part to be a specific width.

Figure5: Layout Properties

Figure5: Layout Properties

Layout Properties

Layout Properties include:
  • Zone: the web page may be divided into zones that contain Web Parts. Each Web Part Zone is basically a cell in a table. Web Parts are placed in a zone and in edit mode may be moved between zones.
  • Zone Index: the order that the web part is placed in a web part zone.

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