Resource Menu

The user interface of the web client is composed of 6 parts :
  • the main menu
  • a login area
  • a location bar
  • a contextual menu
  • the current resource view
  • a foot message

The main menu

The main menu is located on the left top corner of the page. It contains a list of links, depending of the platform. By default, tree links are availables:

  • Platform Home : quick link to go back to the platform home page.
  • Search : access to search engine of the platform.
  • My Page : access to connected user profile (if a user is connected).

The login area

Located on the top right corner of the page, the login area gives you some information about the current user session. Thus, if you are authentified on the site, your name and a Logout link will be displayed. Otherwise, the name Guest and a Login link will be available.

The location bar

In this area, the complete path of the current resource will be displayed. This is very useful to know the part of the LibreSource tree you browse.

The contextual menu

On the left of the web page, a menu is shown. It contains some wiki syntax (links, title, image...). This menu is a property of the current node (and if this property does not exist, it is inherited from the parent node). Thus, you can define a specific menu for each resource.

The current resource view

The center of the page is composed of the resource view :

  • resource title : the title of the resource
  • resource path : the uri path of the resource (for example : ls://
  • resource menu : four links are availables on each node :
  • Show sub-resources : call the children action on this node
  • Edit resource : allow user to update the value of the resource
  • Create resource : allow user to create a new resource under this current one
  • Resource security : show the security page for this node
  • and the resource view, according to the action called on this resource.
Note : if a node is empty, the default view is the children list.

The foot message

This message contains informations about the current installation.

Last edited by Root at Mar 24, 2007 9:37 PM - Edit content - View source