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Find the wiki markup for a page using Confluence's page storage format option.
Viewing and changing specification information in the Blueprint Definition JSON File.
View available Blueprints and choose an action in the Blueprints Menu.
Use a hotkey or menu click to open Confluence's sidebar and global menus.
Opening a pop-up window listing the Keyboard Shortcuts and their respective actions.
Adding pre-built features and functionality to any page.
Creating on-brand, beautiful button styling for linked content.
Enable the Navigator sidebar for use on a layout.
Designating theme fonts that are not installed on the user's computer.
Adjusting display of the control icon used for Spinning Blocks.
Learn how to add a workflow to a page and advance it to completion.
Right-click a filter to apply it to the current page and all of its children.
Give your space a look and feel unique from the default site theme.
A user's selection from a picklist of options will be applied as a label to the page created from a Blueprint.
Creating one-level navigation in your header with no drop-down content.
Constructing and designing top-level navigation with drop-down content panels.
Overriding the click destination for a space logo.
Determining at a high level the look and feel across your site.
The default site theme will be applied to every new space created and to every space using the default, but can be changed at any point.
Overriding the default space layout.
Update your personal Confluence Settings to reflect your current time and place.
Learn how to use Google Console to set up a service account connection to a Calendar.
Updating a theme with a logo of your choice.
Set up a document identifier to be automatically assigned to page titles in a space.
Enable duplicate human-readable names for your Targeted Search search filters.
Override global theme settings and set individual spaces to use the default Confluence theme.
Ensure compatibility with Comala Workflows by configuring Content Flow appropriately.
Setting up the Instant Page Cache Cleaner for regular clearing.
A quick and easy way to make an identical copy of a space or page.
Formatting a page to hold a site-wide or space-wide footer.
Constructing a Layout to meet your content display needs.
Steps for creating a blueprint that maintains a persistent connection wherever it is used.
Formatting a page to hold a site-wide or space-wide menu.
Generating mobile-specific versions of page content.
Use a Content Flow configuration page to create, edit, and remove a Page Status.
Use filter subcategories to organize long lists of filters and ease browsing.
Copying an existing theme to create a starting point for a new theme.
How to create a blueprint at the page level.
Set up an automatic schedule to review or archive a page.
How to create a blueprint at the space level.
Designing a content block with two sides of information.
Learn how to create a new Content Flow workflow from scratch.
Defining and configuring the groups that will hold all of your Targeted Search filters.
Linking to pages and other content across your site.
Establishing chosen words for labeling and filtering content.
Use tabbed blocks to collapse content that will display when clicked.
Speeding up page loads by specifically targeting blocks containing slow-loading content.
Using custom on-brand fonts throughout your site.
A first step to working with fonts in your theme.
Identifying a block for key Meta Property information.
Methods for implementing hyperlinks with rich content previews.
Turning off other mobile apps to allow Theme Press mobile views to work.
Adding a content carousel.
Use the Content Query macro to show a table of content and filters.
Display a sequence of Search Filter options selected from a picklist in a Blueprint.
Use the Calendar Integrations macro to display up to four months of a calendar.
Use the Calendar Integrations macro to display if a resource is open or booked.
Exporting architect pages from your environment.
Exporting a theme from your environment.
Modifying an existing Layout to fine-tune content display.
Updating the underlying control pages of a site (or space)
Learn how to edit an existing workflow.
Zeroing in on content, one block at a time.
Making changes to existing filter groups.
Making changes to filters after you've created them.
Including licensed font files in your theme.
Using Confluence's Universal Plugin Manager to enable and disable apps.
With Theme Press installed, configure search results to show as rich links, or not.
Accessing all of your options for theme design and management.
Content Flow workflows can be enabled globally or on a per-space basis.
Using a hidden administrative interface to turn dark features on and off
Changing the Theme Press and Scroll apps settings so you can use both in the same space.
Downloading and installing a trial copy of Brikit Theme Press.
Exporting Confluence spaces from your environment.
Designing and positioning content blocks.
Allow non-admins to create and edit filter groups and filters.
Set up a tracking dashboard to see pages in workflows or under review.
Triggering the Instant Page Cache option for a page or blogpost.
Upload or download a file containing all your Targeted Search filter groups, filters, and settings.
Importing Confluence Spaces into your environment.
Installing and configuring the base platform for Brikit.
Using Confluence's Universal Plugin Manager to install and uninstall apps.
Automatically launch a given workflow on a new page created from a blueprint.
Create a link that opens a specific tab from within a page or to specific tabs on another page.
Adding links to specific page areas.
Toggling and designing page elements in order to fine tune content presentation and functionality.
Determining what gets served up to the user when a link is displayed as a Rich Link.
Upgrading from Confluence Server to Data Center requires a few steps to retain your Brikit configurations.
Moving your content from Zen Foundation to Theme Press.
Tracking the time it takes for pages to load.
Recategorizing an established filter.
Changing the position of the search box by moving it into the Theme Press Header.
Changing the logo at the space level.
Styling content presentation through the arrangement of blocks and layers.
Setting parameters for a more focused search that yields relevant search results.
Ensure that a filter group or filter shows at the beginning of a list.
Convert your folksonomy label into an official taxonomy filter.
Create the existing page over again based on its original Blueprint.
Brikit Targeted Search 2.0+ makes it easy to swap one label for another.
Use Content Flow's page review process to keep content relevant and useful.
Automatically release or hide a page on a future date and time.
Use this Targeted Search macro setting to find content with incomplete words.
Find content with the Confluence Query Language (CQL) and Targeted Search.
Determining which architect page should be used when no alternative is specified.
Use Brikit Content Flow to identify a user as the Page Owner.
Apply a Page Status to a page that isn't in a Content Flow workflow.
Use Brikit Content Flow to identify a user as the Space Owner.
Limiting access to the different areas of the Theme Press Designer.
Defining the types of spaces that can access a filter group and its contents.
Steps to manage site-wide roles to groups, individuals, and anonymous visitors.
Grant an individual user or group view and edit permissions for a particular page.
Grant users or groups space privileges like viewing and editing.
Set the date of publication for a page.
Connect and display a Google Calendar in Confluence using Brikit Calendar Integrations.
Learn how to connect an Outlook Calendar in order to display its events on a page.
Designing link appearance at the theme level.
There are two types of tabbed blocks, both are styled using your theme.
Customize the look of the Navigator sidebar using the Theme Designer.
Modifying the look and feel of the Search Box.
Use the Theme Designer to adjust the look and feel of the Targeted Search Search Panel.
Configure the Navigator to open and display in a way the best suits your desired user experience.
Set up simple and powerful page analytics to help you understand usage.
Set up powerful and actionable analytics to learn about space views over time.
Use the Spaces Using Theme Press admin screen to keep track of theme usage across your site.
Add your Google Analytics code easily right into the Theme Press Designer Panel.
Uploading and configuring components of your Brikit Platform on a different server.
A few basic steps for addressing LDAP issues.
Completely removing Theme Press requires these additional steps.
Using Confluence's Universal Plugin Manager to update apps.
Importing Architect Pages into your environment.
Importing a theme into your environment.
Let users choose from a fixed set of values when creating a page or space from a Blueprint.
Setting up a theme's pre-defined color palette.
Rich Links default to using thumbnails, but can be configured to use full size images.
Adding labels to pages, attachments, spaces, and filter groups to allow for easier grouping and searching across your site.
Combine the power of two Blueprints for a sophisticated solution to reusing content structures.
Let users select from a pre-existing group of search filters to apply these to the output of a Page Blueprint.
Implementing a lightweight page-design option for 'hiding' text behind a click-to-open teaser.
Display Page and Space Owners, Publish Date, Document ID, and Page Status.
Blueprint Maker allows you to use existing pages, page trees, or spaces as templates.
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