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  • Ability to create custom wrapper

    Ability to add custom html just after the <body> tag and just before the </body> tag. This would allow us to create a custom wrapper for all applications to truly create a website with our own custom header, navigation and footer.

    It would be nice if this could be defined as a variable for wrapper_head and wrapper_foot.

    Also would like the ability to add meta info to the application's head.

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  • #2
    Re: Ability to create custom wrapper

    as far as I know you cannot generate apps that put any text/objects outside of the app itself. Why don't you load the SC app in an iframe? that way you can completely style the area around the app the way you want.

    I myself use SC apps in Joomla CMS. That way the apps are "integrated" in the website. Furthermore I use JScriptcase for single-signon.


    • #3
      Re: Ability to create custom wrapper

      Hi, i believe creating a custumzed header and footer should do the trick.

      If you need information from your application, like the username, youinclude a field like {username} in the html. Dont forget the brackets.

      The in initializaing events you assign the field the value you want.

      Hope this helps


      • #4
        Re: Ability to create custom wrapper

        have you guys had any success with SC + Joomla + JUMI ?



        • #5
          Re: Ability to create custom wrapper

          yes i'am , problem is scrollbar vertical on joomla sometimes doesnt working properly, so you should fixed height and width sc to avoid scrollbarr iframe,


          • #6
            Re: Ability to create custom wrapper

            are you talking about Jumi OR Joomla wrapper ?



            • #7
              using iFRAMES is not the best solution. I tried it and it creates lots of problems. I liked the Header/Footer idea.
              Arthur Klisiewicz
              dATA POINT SOFTWARE