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Madison, clicking into set....

Lucie Green

Oct 23, 2014 07:37AM EDT

Hi
I bought the madison theme which I'm using as a base for a client site. I am a front-end developer so I'm happy to get my hands dirty so to speak

1. I have created a 'set' of albums and when I click on the set in the navigation, the child albums all drop down which is perfect. However it does not open a page itself, I would like to see a grid of child albums on that page as well as the drop down menu in the navigation. Could you point me in the right direction on how to make this happen?

2. Also do you have different style logins, such as admin/editor which would give a different style access to my client (one with less editorial options)?

3. To give my client less options to change the look, colour etc of the site, do I just delete the relevant .css file or is there a 'settings' template that I need to address?

Fantastic CMS, thank you. I'm really enjoying learning the ropes.

Best
Lucie

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lucie

Oct 24, 2014 09:29AM EDT
anyone???
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Todd Dominey Koken Agent

Oct 29, 2014 01:12PM EDT

Lucie -

1. I have created a ‘set’ of albums and when I click on the set in the navigation, the child albums all drop down which is perfect. However it does not open a page itself, I would like to see a grid of child albums on that page as well as the drop down menu in the navigation. Could you point me in the right direction on how to make this happen?

This isn’t currently possible with how things are setup. It’s basically a one or the other scenario where you can either display nested links in the nav OR display a template on the right when a link is clicked. It’s not possible to display both.

2. Also do you have different style logins, such as admin/editor which would give a different style access to my client (one with less editorial options)?

Currently no, Koken is a single administrator application.

3. To give my client less options to change the look, colour etc of the site, do I just delete the relevant .css file or is there a ‘settings’ template that I need to address?

All of the theme’s editable settings are handled through the theme’s info.json file, which you’re free to check out using your FTP client and looking in storage/themes/[theme name]/info.json. There isn’t a way technically to limit those settings to only a subset of options. It’s basically an all or nothing type situation.

Hope that answers your question!

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