The Portal, while not a component itself, does have
properties that you can set, as shown in the following image.
The properties are:
Portal Title. This
is a unique name that is used to describe the portal throughout
- This is an icon displayed
to the left of the portal name throughout WebFOCUS. For example,
it appears in the Resource Tree.
- The maximum display
size of the icon is 16 x 16 pixels. Upload an image that is visible
at that size.
- Change the portal
icon by clicking the preview icon or the Change Image button.
check box determines whether or not the portal is ready for others
to use. When this box is checked, the portal is live for anyone
who has been given access to it.
Dynamic Report Styling. When
this property is enabled, all reports that run within the portal
inherit their styling from the portal. Each portal theme has a default WebFOCUS
StyleSheet (STY file). The default for each theme is the Medium1
version. An example is ENInformationBuilders_Medium1.sty. WebFOCUS
8 packages 54 new StyleSheets, six per portal theme, two light,
two medium, and two dark. You can choose from any of the StyleSheets,
as well as your own.
is the width of the portal. You can set it as default, auto, responsive,
or specify a percentage or number of pixels. By default, the width
is set to 100%.
the width is not 100%, you can choose how to align the content (left,
center, or right). Center is the default alignment.
Page Height Mode. You
can choose from one of two different page height modes.
Fill (default). The
page takes up 100% of the viewable space in your browser. If there
is more content than can fit in that space, the page area will scroll,
but the top and bottom banner (if enabled) will always be visible.
Use this when you want to make the complete site, including the
page height is set to that of the page content. In this mode, the
banners scroll with the page content. Use this feature when you
want pages to grow as the user adds content.
is an optional explanation of the portal. It is displayed in the
ToolTip of the portal tree when the mouse hovers over a portal.
Show live content. This
check box allows content to change in real time.