I am trying to create a blog webpage using zen foundation in confluence. I cannot add a menu area (like in hallowen home | try | buy | learn) to my home page. I downloaded the halloween (http://www.stepstonetech.com/display/halloween/Home) brand but the menu is not displayed. How can I add a menu to my home page and how can I configure it?
The menus are separate from the brand, and are set up either on a site-wide basis: http://www.stepstonetech.com/display/help/Site+Menu or on a space-by-space basis: http://www.stepstonetech.com/display/help/Customizing+Individual+Spaces.
In a nutshell, a menu is simply a page (titled .zen.menu) and is a bullet list of links. The first level is the top menu, second-level bullets define drop-down menus, and so on. And because a menu is just a Confluence page, you can set page permissions to be as open or locked down as you like. Just make sure everyone has View privileges so they can see the menu contents.
Okay, you've successfully changed the canvas to blue, and the section background appears to be "transparent". (The white strip at the top is the gradient image.) Perhaps the white color isn't set in the brand or there is a typo in the color name?
I gave you instructions for changing a single section, but should have also mentioned these are set for all sections in the brand using the brand designer's "Size, Space, and Shape" panel. The first options allow you to adjust the background for the sections. This is a better place to change the section colors, and also allows you to use the color picker to get better control over the color.
You can add submenus with indented bullets. The first indented bullets make the top row menu items. If you indent again, you create a pulldown menu. More indents for slide-off menus. So to make two menu tabs with pulldown menus, do this:
If you hover over the title, a "T" in a box will appear. Click that and you'll get a popup to edit the page title.
Also, on your pulldown menus not working, we've sometimes seen the rich text editor insert unwanted elements into the XHTML (such as a <p> tag). We installed Atlassian's excellent Source Editor plugin (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.atlassian.confluence.plugins.editor.confluence-source-editor) which allows you to edit the XHTML and spot and remove the offending bits. Be sure to use the Admin Console to restrict availability of this plugin to users you trust to edit the XHTML by hand.
I need your help again :) I have a space that uses zen for the theme. Now, I have one more space and I want to use zen for this space's theme. I have one .zen.menu. For the second space, I need to create a new menu. How can I do this? Thanks a lot for your answers.
Okay, sorry. The blue is the background, then the white square is what Zen calls the "canvas," and the boxes with the rounded corners and slight gradient (containing the title "Contents" and the "Reusing..." bullet point) are what we call "Zen sections." I think you might be asking about the sections . . . in which case if you hover over the section you'll see a square appear at the top right (opposite the "edit pencil" on the top left). Click that square to get the section menu, and click the "Designer" link. More details are described here: http://www.stepstonetech.com/display/help/Section+Designer
Or did I miss the point again? :-)
P.S., if you don't see the square appear, it's because that page is controlled by the Zen Master page . . . you can use the section designers on the master to make background (and other) design changes.
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