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Macro to add a customizable button to a page.
A reviewer's option in a workflow step. Clicking 'Approve' advances the workflow.
Software that extends the capabilities of your Confluence platform.
Underlying 'control' pages, which help shape, configure, and contribute content.
A macro used by Brikit Pinboards to manage user comments.
Macro to display attachments
A workflow that is automatically applied to a page after creation or modification.
The basic top-level menu consists of only one set of links with no drop-down list.
Transforms a block into a clickable link.
Blocks are editable content containers, and reside within columns and layers, the building blocks of any Theme Press page.
Add a list of blog posts to a page.
Admin page for managing your Brikit Blueprints.
Templates for new spaces or pages, easily configurable.
An app that allows you to offer the standard look and feel of out-of-the-box Confluence as a theme option.
Assembles a linked catalog of images from labeled pages.
Display a list of child pages.
Display a dropdown selection of timezones
A pre-defined set of colors in a theme.
Vertical design structures that contain blocks.
Leave a comment visible only when editing the page.
Menu in the Confluence Header with links to configuration, user, and app management options.
Search page with default Confluence search filters.
The URL by which users access your site.
Confluence setting which allows users to add or edit content on a given page simultaneously.
High-level setting in Confluence, which determines the overall look and feel for all site spaces.
Page header with links for site navigation and administration, page creation, and profile management.
Also called the Page Toolbar, these are tools for page-level actions.
Input field that launches a Confluence search.
Information panel for space-level actions and navigation.
Discrete content areas in Confluence.
This macro wraps wiki content, facilitates page design, and manages layout.
Wrap content, facilitate page design, and manage layout.
Create pre-configured searches.
Displays a Blueprint Maker button used to create a page from a specific blueprint.
Special, hidden Confluence configuration options.
A block-level option for decreasing page load times, by specifically targeting blocks containing slow-loading content.
A user who temporarily takes your place as a reviewer in a workflow.
The version of a page (or blog post) visible to workflow participants.
A menu that presents a simple pull-down list of links.
The initiator of a workflow.
Display a list of pages a user has marked as 'favorite' or 'save for later'.
Custom groups of predefined labels for organizing and filtering site content. Also called filter categories.
Predefined labels for identifying, organizing, and filtering site content.
Menu that cascades when clicked.
User-create labels that are not controlled as filters or filter groups.
Represent a custom or generated date in a standardized form.
Area at the top of the page canvas.
Add a customizable greeting to your page.
Restrict a scheduled page so that it is no longer viewable.
The end of the scheduled window.
Create highly formatted content through the application of a CSS class.
Clear previously set "float" settings.
Duplicate an HTML element.
Format an in-page HTML link.
Relocate a standard page element.
Control how text is displayed around an inserted graphic.
Works with the Image Map Macro to create a linked image.
Works with Image Map Area Macro to create a linked image.
Bring content in from another page.
The presentation of a page stored in memory.
An automatic process that regularly empties the Instant Page Cache.
Highly configurable and responsive search interface.
Add new users to your site.
Defines the fields and properties of your Brikit Blueprints.
Meaningful words attached to content and spaces.
Provides a pre-structured list of labels.
A design structure that houses all columns and blocks.
A type of architect page. which determines overall content layout, as well as visibility of certain page elements. Also known as a Page Design.
This macro displays the data fields used to generate the current page from a blueprint.
Used to retrieve a Live Blueprint and have it show up on the page.
Personalize the display of time and date according to your timezone and working hours.
Built-in default theme, previous to Theme Press 3.0.
Identifiers for macros in Confluence markup.
Options that change a macro's output.
Tools that add features and functionality to Confluence pages.
Theme Press allows you to create many different types of menus without any custom code.
The Theme Press Control Panel tab dedicated to managing menus.
Block identifier which serves up key information for use with Rich Link display.
A separate mobile-specific version of a page.
Any user who can view the page but is not a workflow participant.
Allows page links to open in the existing browser window.
Allows page links to open in a new browser window.
Displays a connected Outlook Calendar as a list of events.
Displays a connected Outlook Calendar in a month-by-month calendar view.
What Confluence looks like with no Brikit add-ons.
Main content and design area of a page.
The structural elements that together make up a page.
Displays the title of the page you're on.
Creates a link to the previous and next page in the page tree.
A menu that, upon clicking, opens a panel of links.
Aggregates content on a page in a Pinterest-like view, helping your users engage socially.
The version of a page or blog post visible to non-workflow participants.
Tool that updates page permissions to control visibility of page versions.
A workflow requiring a set of reviewer approvals before a page can be published.
Allow a scheduled page to be viewed by everyone.
The beginning of the scheduled window.
A dynamic table of contents macro that also works on mobile.
Allows for restricted visibility of content.
A reviewer's option in a workflow step. Clicking 'Return' regresses the workflow to the previous step.
An individual or group member tasked with assessing a page in a workflow.
Showcase your rich links in a carousel.
Advanced formatting and styling for hyperlinks.
Creates a basic roll-over image link.
Creates a rotating gallery of content.
A workflow that requires reviewers to acknowledge having viewed the page.
A page that is subject to having its viewing restrictions automatically changed at a given time.
The span of time during which a scheduled page is released to all viewers.
An additional menu to help users navigate a space.
Menu with links to common page, display, and user actions.
Helps users share content socially.
A collection of pages, organized together into one hierarchical unit.
Lists the space description.
Space Labels (also known as Space Categories) allow grouping of spaces.
Displays a configurable list of spaces.
Displays the name of the space as a link or text.
One of two built-in themes, included upon installation of Theme Press.
Placeholders for variable values in Brikit Blueprints.
Role that grants users and groups complete control over all permissions, configurations, apps, and administrative options
Deprecated - Targeted Search now uses the new and sophisticated Search Panel.
Input field that launches a search with preconfigured parameters and filtering options.
Admin page for managing filter groups and filters.
Display search results for a specific search term.
Lists of words that represent concepts and entities in a domain.
A zipped collection of files, created via the Theme Designer, which controls the overall look and feel of content.
The practice of defining how your site will look and feel.
Design options in the Theme Press Designer, allowing you to create or modify themes.
The theme automatically used for new spaces, until overridden.
The space where a site's architect pages are stored.
The control panel used for design, at the page, space, and theme level.
Bottommost portion of the page canvas area.
Topmost portion of the page canvas header area.
Displays content based on labels.
An option available to reviewers after approving a workflow step. It reverses the approval.
An option available to reviewers after disapproving a workflow step. It reverses the return.
A Confluence-administration interface for managing apps.
Displays a list of group members and their profiles pictures.
Display information about a user.
A sequence of reviewers who must approve a page for it to be considered complete.
A user who is allowed to edit a page during an active workflow.
Displays a toolbar for viewing the page status and accessing workflow tasks.
A single stage in a workflow with at least one reviewer and an optional label.
Determines where a workflow is applicable, either globally or to a particular space.
Interface for creating a space or page from an existing Blueprint.
The Targeted Search version 2.0+ interface for managing folksonomy labels.
The set of windows that walk you through the creation of a new page or space from its Blueprint.
A special Blueprint that continues to affect any page that uses it.
A Blueprint used to quickly and easily create standardized copies of a Confluence page.
A Blueprint of a Confluence space that allows you to create pre-formed spaces easily and efficiently.
Secondary navigation system, hierarchically displaying a user's location within a space.
Optional functionality allowing users to add remarks, questions, or other information pertinent to page content.
Optional dual functionality allowing users to "like" a page, as well as displaying a page's labels.
Optional display information, listing page creator and last modifier, and associated dates.
Page data and details, optionally displayed.
The name for a page, generally used to identify page content and purpose.
The first set of options in the Theme Press Designer, controlling page design and performance.
The non-content components of a page, available for control within a page's underlying layout.
Role that grants users and groups the ability to manage users, permissions, spaces, apps, and most administrative options
Pages under review can be automatically labeled to help track work.
Customize the information displayed in a rich link.
A styleable, collapsible sidebar for navigating pages in the current space.
Applies an image as a background to any elements on the page with the CSS class 'masthead'.
The pop-up window used for applying labels and filters.
A filter applied to a parent page and all of its child pages.
A filter group or filter that has been prioritized for display above others.
A slide-in, full-length pane for searching and filtering content.
A short string added in front of a filter.
A filter group nested under filter and used for creating deep hierarchies of filters.
Use this page to manage search panels display options, tooltip text, rich link, and filter management options.
Displays the events of an integrated Google calendar.
Display page status, page owner, space owner, and other information.
A designated individual responsible for the space.
Brikit Content Flow allows you to designate a person responsible for the page.
A special label used to designate the condition or position of the page, either in or out of a workflow.
A date of publication used for display.
A special alpha-numeric code automatically added to page titles according to a pre-defined sequence.
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