Custom Screen Layout and Structure

  • updated 3 yrs ago

In the case the standard layout with the prefined frame-set does not fit your needs, it is possible to define your own layout for your Portal Application.

Note that creating a custom layout requires advanced knowledge of general website development and how it ties in with the LogicNets frameworks. For minor changes, e.g. displayng an alternative browser tab text, it is easy to edit the default template, but otherwise it is recommend to request for professional services from LogicNets to support you.

Please follow the following steps to add your custom layout to your Portal Application. The screenshots relate to a Starter App example but can be applied to any framework requiring a custom layout. See the Custom Screen Layout article under Starter App Frameworks for more information and an example project.

Step 1. Create an HTML layout file and add it to your project. When you created your Starter Application from a template, you will have already have a custom_layout in your layout folder that you can customize.


Pay special attention to the token containers, these must formatted as follows:

<div id="section1" class="section">
          <script type="text/javascript">
                 ajax.initialize_div('[[$sself]]', 'section1', { _token: 1, verb: 'force_step_nofp' });

Step 2. In your project settings refer to the custom template layout

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