- 1 Overview
- 2 See Also
- 3 App Settings: General App Configuration
- 4 App Settings: Page defaults
- 5 Page Attributes
- 6 Collections
The Page Menu is the primary method to navigate between Pages in the App.
App Settings: General App Configuration
Click the Settings icon in the ModeBar to open up the App Settings dialog.
When you have finished editing the settings, click Done to save the changes and close the dialog or Cancel to close the dialog without saving.
These Settings apply App-wide.
Show pages navigation history arrow buttons in page header.
Show pages navigation menu in page header. This is the default setting. Clicking on the 'hamburger' opens the panel Page menu.
Show Page Center
Show Page Center when the navigation menu icon is clicked, instead of the Page menu. For more information about using a Page Center, see Page Center Tiles.
App Settings: Page defaults
Page default App Settings are applied to all Pages in the App.
Choose the appearance of the page navigation menu to use in this App: 'Panel' (default as shown above) or 'Menu'.
- The 'Menu' option is supported on the desktop client only.
The row height for the page menu items in this App.
- Currently ignored.
CSS for the page menu in this App.
- Currently ignored.
- From v5.3, desktop and Web client.
- A '!' prefix will add a collapsible group caption.
- A '-' on its own will add a menu separator.
!Other actions|Close App,closeapp:|-|Quit,exit:
Page Attributes apply to the individual Page.
Hide from menu at runtime.
If this is checked (True), this Page's Title does not appear in the Page Menu at runtime. Selection of the Page must be handled programatically. This can be achieved using the showdocument() function or Lianja.showDocument() method
The display of the Page menu in the Left Sidebar is supported on the Desktop client only.
Collections are used to group Pages together in the Page Menu. Click Collection in the Form Tools and you will be prompted to enter a name for your new collection.
In the Page Menu, select and drag and drop existing Pages to add them to the newly created collection.
After dragging and dropping Employee Information, this Page has now been added to the HR collection.
Collections can also be created by right-clicking in the Page Menu panel and selecting New collection....
Right-click on a collection name to display the context menu. This gives options to Rename... or Delete... the collection.