HTML Settings

General

 

Title

Title displayed on all pages.

Note If you use Multi-Language (see ASP Settings), use Multi-Language Property Editor, see Tools for details.
Charset

Charset setting used in the META tag of the site and for exporting data. It must be compatible with CodePage (see ASP Settings).

If you use Multi-Language (see ASP Settings), this setting must be utf-8.

Font Default font. If not specified, Bootstrap (see below) @font-family-sans-serif will be used, default is: "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif.
Size Default font size (pixel). Unit must be in pixel for working with Bootstrap (see below). Default is 14.
Site icon Icon of the site. For browsers to show your URL with an icon. Should be an .ico file.
Site header logo

Logo image or text in the header.

Note This setting is enabled in registered version only. Registered version allows no logo.
Site footer text

Footer text (e.g. copyright statement)

Notes
  1. If you use Multi-Language (see ASP Settings), use Multi-Language Property Editor, see Tools for details.
  2. This setting is enabled in registered version only.

 

Theme

ASPMaker provides over a dozen of themes for you to setup the look and feel of your project quickly.

You can change the various properties of the selected theme to suit your style. The property name are self-explanatory.

Themes are integrated with Bootstrap and AdminLTE, you can customize Bootstrap and AdminLTE properties directly in the Theme tab, scroll down to find the Bootstrap variables starting with "@" and AdminLTE variable starting with "@".

To export custom theme settings, click the [Export theme] button to export the theme to an external xml file. To import custom theme settings from earlier saved xml files, click the [Import theme] button.

 

Notes

  1. Changing a setting in the user interface does not change the corresponding setting in the theme definitions, it only changes the setting for the project. The theme definition files (in XML format) are installed in the subfolder "themes" under the installation folder. You can easily add your own themes by duplicating one of the theme definition file (e.g. plain.xml), rename it and modify the settings in the file, just make sure you give your theme an unique theme name.
  2. AdminLTE builts on top of Bootstrap, so the "@" variable above will override the corresponding "$" variable, e.g. @body-bg overrides $body-bg.
  3. After changing theme properties, make sure you re-generate *.css files.

 

Styles

The CSS styles under the System tab are styles generated for the project. The CSS styles under the User tab are your own CSS styles. You can enter your styles directly in the editor.

Compile styles

Complie user styles.

User styles Supports Sass, you can use Bootstrap variables (starting with "$") in your code. After entering your styles, press this button to test, ASPMaker will try to compile your styles and show it in the System tab between BEGIN_USER_STYLES and END_USER_STYLES.

Notes

  1. If you want to override the system styles, you can copy the styles to the User Styles Section, or you can use a separate user stylesheet.
  2. If you want to change the system stylesheet template, modify the ew.scss in the "themes" subfolder under the installed directory. Only modify the ew.scss if you have the necessary knowledges in Sass.
User Stylesheet Specify an external user stylesheet (will be copied across during generation)

You can see the effect of new settings immediately in the preview window at the bottom of the HTML tab.

 

Note The preview window shows the layout and table colors only, not changes in all variables can be previewed.

 

 

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