All content screens have the same properties, no matter the presets. In order to configure the screen, we select the screen clicking on it directlyor on the breadcrumb trail. Then we can go to "Properties" tab and set up screen parameters.
|This property allows us to choose different screen styles. |
Remember: we should only choose one of these three types of views in order to avoid operating errors:
|Title||Title of the screen. It's necessary to show the screen in the main menu (we need it if we don't have "Screen Title" component). Also, it's necessary to link a Launcher to a screen.|
Primary colour of the screen
We can customise the background colour of the central column of the screen. This is the area of the page where contents like texts and images are displayed.
Secondary colour of the screen
Its use is combined with "Type of column background" property.
Type of column background
This property allows changing the background style of the central column of the screen. Its use is combined with primary and secondary colours of the screen.
Gradient colour (percentage)
If "Bicolour" option is chosen, gradient colour option is applied combined with "Type of column background". This gradient colour control allows adjusting primary colour percentage.
Page background colour
|This property allows applying a colour for the exterior background of the central column. Applicable only if there is no "Background image". |
|This property allows adding a background image for the exterior background of the central column. |
This allows adjusting central column width from XS (extra-small) until XXXL (triple extra-large), like size system used for clothing.
|Show in menu|
It allows to decide if the screen will be shown in the Main Menu or not. Remember that another way to hide a screen in the menu is to create it without the "Screen title" component.
It allows to modify the configuration of the overcoming of the objectives of this concrete component. We can choose between:
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