Just tried out Portofino 5.2.I'm really pleased how fast Portofino is vs liferay.The CRUD is really helpful.Some questions:I am trying to edit the welcome page. I'd expect when I click on the gear icon to be able to edit the content, just like when I create other pages. The welcome page seems "special" and un-editable. Am I missing something?
It seems like page types charts, calendars, forms, etc are missing in version 5 vs 4. Are those still being ported from version 4 to 5?
How do I edit the header/footer or do templates? The version 4 of Portofino seemed to have these features.
What is the proper way to style the page css and images? Is there are guidelines document on how to do this properly instead of just updating the source?
When I create a page and add a link, the link opens in a new window. I don't see how to add a link within the site that won't open a new window.
Setting the app name doesn't change the header, it still says "Portofino Application".
I tried RTFM, but it is for version 4, so apologies if I am asking basic question.
Alessio,Appreciate the response.I couldn't delete the welcome page so I was kinda stuck.When I searched for "Welcome to Portofino 5" on the local file system I found it in .js and .map files. It wasn't clear what I should edit. The main-es2015.6eecef5efd41d9c67228.js is 1.7MB which seems quite large to download. Does it need to be that large?
It doesn't appear to be sent with gzip. If the size can't be reduced, considering caching a gzipped version to return with the proper browser headers. https://www.viralpatel.net/enable-gzip-compression-in-tomcat/ (Just make sure it is caching properly.)
Looking at the network tools, the request for config.json is getting pulled for all pages, including content just visiting the index page. Is it just caching?
I also saw multiple requests /api/:accessible that while fast seems to be for each page. Some of the requests resulted in 404 requests.
Using the developer tools to look at the site with a mobile browser the "sign in" button was often cut off and I had to scroll to the right. Otherwise, the site seemed to be responsive to mobile.
It would be nice to add bcrypt to the password algorithms, password salt, and being able to set password requirements.
Do you see this tool as a CMS or more of an RAD tool?For CMS I don't see any versioning. (I found Portofino by looking for a CMS.)
Is the plan for skinning (CSS, images, header, footer) to eventually be editable via upstairs or through editing the file system?
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