How Do I Create a Blog?
How Do I Interact with a Blog?
How Do I Use the Homepage Calendar?
How Do I Create My Personal Calendar
How Do I Use My Personal Calendar?
How Do I Export or Import My Calendar?
Accessing My Document Library
How Do I Create a Document ?
How Do I Create a Folder, Upload, Edit & Delete a Document?
How Do I Find my Document?
How Do I Link a Document to a Blog?
How Do I Link a Document to a Message Board?
How Do I Link a Document to a Web Content Display?
Accessing My Image Galleries
How Do I Create an Image Gallery?
How Do I Create a Folder, Upload, Edit & Delete an Image?
How Do I Find or View My Images?
How Do I Place Images in My Applications?
How Do I Upload Images to a Blog?
How Do I Upload Images to a Message Board?
How Do I Upload Images to a Web Content Display?
Accessing Look and Feel
How to Get There
On the right top of an app (one that belongs to you or you have permission to edit), there is a tiny wrench symbol. Click on that and then select Look and Feel (see image below).
What Can I Do Here?
Using Look and Feel, you can change the look of your text, your background, change margins and padding and put in your own CSS code.
How Do I Change the Name of My Application?
The easiest way to change the name of your app, after it has been placed, is to simply click on the name of it (it should be the default description of what type of app it is, so Message Board would be named Message Board, etc) and type in what you would like to call it (see image below).
The other way is to access Look and Feel (see above instructions). You will automatically land on the Portlet Configuration screen, where you can type the app's new name into the Portlet Title text-box, check Use Custom Title and click Save (see image below).
How Do I Change the Look of My Application?
By clicking on the tab Text Styles, a new look can be given to the text of your application. You can select a different typeface, a new color for you text and play with various spacing choices (see image below). To change color, you need to either type in a hexadecimal color code or click the eyedropper symbol and, on the pop-up window, click on a color.
As you choose your choices, you should be able to see the changes previewed on the application beneath (see image below). To save your changes, click Save. To reset the text to default, click Reset.
By clicking on the tab Background Styles, you can change the background color of your application. You can do this by either typing in a hexadecimal color or clicking on the eyedropper symbol and, on the pop-up window, clicking on a color. To save your color change, click Save. To reset the background color to the default, click Reset.
Margin & Padding
By clicking on the tab Margin and Padding, you can change the space between your app and other items on your page or your app and the page's edge and the space between the content of your app and the app's border.
Margin will control the space outside your application's edge and Padding will control the space inside your application's edge (see image below). The default is to set all sides of margin or padding equally but you can fine tune it by unblocking Same for All. You can also change the measurement from pixels to ems or percentages.
To save your changes, click Save. To reset the margins and padding to the default, click Reset.
Clicking on the tab Advanced Styling will allow you to enter you to enter your own CSS Coding (see image below). Unless you have some knowledge of CSS, you should probably leave this option alone.