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Layout

Every page has -

1. Menubar (top row)
2. Toolbar (just below the top menubar)
3. Wide content area (below toolbar)
4. Right sidebar
5. Page Notices (if hidden, click Notices button)
6. Right sidebar handle (toggles right sidebar)
7. Footer bar (not shown in the picture)

Links and Buttons

Clicking a link/button will load the linked page in -
1. the same browser window,
2. in a new browser window/tab,
3. in a modal window, or
4. might just pop up a message box
Buttons are mostly used to submit some data (e.g, content or comment)

Modal & Popup Windows

Modal & popup windows are ways to show you a new page without moving (navigating) away from the page opened in the current browser window/tab.

Some links and buttons on an opened page might load the next requested page in a box ("modal window") in the foreground. The page content is covered by a partially transparent gray layer making the content  inaccessible (to mouse) until the modal window is closed.

Important

No Signup Required

  • You do not need to login to experiment with authoring tools, to explore content authoring templates and to browse/search content.
  • To participate in discussion forums and to post comments, however, you'll have to signup and login.
  • Logged in users can manage their workspace and use internal messaging system for communication. They can additionally apply for blogging or authoring privileges.

New user

Email issue

Your mail filter might take 0space mails as spam. Check SPAM mail folder and change settings if desirable.

Changing username

Edit your profile and change your username ( = display name)!

Hidden right sidebar

Right sidebar is collapsed for your convenience on some pages. Click on right to toggle it.

Authoring

You need to have additional privilege(s). Use "Get additional privilege(s) link in right sidebar (which may be collapsed/hidden).

Full Screen Mode

To view this page in full screen mode, click the Full Screen icon in the tool bar near top left.

For persistent Full Screen mode, press F11. If you are stuck in Full Screen mode (F11 or Esc key does not toggle it), do not worry. Move the cursor to extreme top right. You'll see the window Resize icon!

Help - Editor, File Manager and User Privileges

Content Editor File Manager User Privileges

Important

  • In the HTML editor, Enter key inserts a new paragraph and soft Enter (Shift+Enter key) inserts a line-break.
  • While editing La/TeX code of mathematical expressions, always use Shift+Enter for newline (if you need to make the code more readable).

HTMLEditor

[Important: Check detailed help for Text formats. ]

Content creation and editing is made simple by providing templates for various content types available @0space. Text in the input boxes provided in the templates can be formatted visually.

Templates are web-based forms consisting of sections or tabs for adding content, file attachments and internal or external links.

The forms will have input boxes (like Title, Body) for typing in relevant data. Some of the Text input boxes may offer you a Text formats selector to select Plain text or Full HTML from the drop-down options list.

Select Full HTML if you need formatted text. In Full HTML mode, using the buttons in the toolbar of the What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) editor, you can easily format paragraphs, color text or background, create list, insert tables, images or Youtube videos, for example.

Preview button in the editor toolbar (icon with a magnifying glass) can be used to ensure desired formatting of content and mathematical expressions.

[This useful guide explains the features and the toolbar of the TinyMCE HTML editor.]

Tabs, embedding, popups

To insert Tabs, Accordion, IFRAME (with internal or external URLs loaded in them), existing content Node, use the markup tags and notations as given below: [See Detailed Compose Tips.]

  • Type the following text in content to create tabs (Don't copy-paste!)-

[tabs]

Title 1 (with <h3> header tag)

Text body 1 ...

Title 2 (with <h3> header tag)

Text body 2 ...

[/tabs]

  • Use the word "accordion" in place of the word "tabs" in the above example to create an accordion (NOT accordions).
  • IFRAME is a way to embed content. For inserting an IFRAME with url as source, use

[[[<url> width=<w> height=<h> scrolling=<yes|no|auto>]]]

(replace strings within '<' and '>' by appropriate values.)

  • To insert a node's content in the current node ( = page), use 

[[nid:123]]

((replace 123 by the id of the node to be inserted.)

  • To make a link open in a modal popup box, set class (in Insert/Edit Link dialogbox, Advanced tab) to 'pop' (without quotes).

Note that web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.

Warning:

No nesting allowed for tabs and accordion, that is, you can't have tabs within tabs, or accordion within accordion.

If you need accordion within accordion, use Basic multi-step page type and put accordion (not tabs) inside steps.

Equations/referencing

For allowing you to insert mathematical symbols/expressions/equations in your content, this site uses La/TeX, which is rendered on your pages using MathJax. See this La/TeX help. Using La/TeX syntax, you can also achieve equation formatting, numbering, and referencing.

Remember to use "soft linebreak" [Shift+Enter] to break lines within "$" delimited expressions. "Hard linebreak" [Enter key] inserts an HTML paragraph element (<p>) and breaks the mathmode started by "$".

Also, NO '$' delimiter needed in equation reference - use "\ref{ref1}".

 
 
 
Help - Path diagram
Help: Search


Site search index is updated every 3 hrs. Any new content/item will appear in search results after about 3 hrs.

Search key (your search string): must be an alpha-numeric string (consisting od 'a-z' or 'A-Z' or '0-9') of minimum 3 characters.
Hyphen and single quotes are ignored (just deleted). Other non-alpha-numeric characters are replaced by blank spaces.
Search is case-neutral (uppercase = lowercase).

Multiple search keys: simply type multiple strings as search key for results containing all keys, AND is the default behavior.

Search result lists all documents that contain the search key as a substring. Title and snippet of content is displyed.

Some result items may be accessible only to logged in users. Some others might be private to author or might require more privilege.

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