Smartertrack v10
Question asked by Daniel Sproul - 2/17/2014 at 11:05 AM
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Anyway to adjust RSS feeds into different groups rather than Recent Articles?
 
How about for Custom Links. Anyway to make them into an actual icon like we use to be able to do?

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Daniel Sproul Replied
One last note, anyway to disable the Search section that show up below the Custom Links on the main page?
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Craig Parsons Replied
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I added links to the announcement HTML and used a CSS class of 'fa fa-rss-square fa-2x' to display an image, seems the new version is using awsomefonts, so it’s quite easy to add in icons like RSS. http://fortawesome.github.io/Font-Awesome/
 
Doing it through the Announcement page also means you get better control over where the link appears on the page.
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Daniel Sproul Replied
Thank You! I will take a look at it. Your whole team is the best! I love working with the staff at SmarterTools!
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User Replied
We are going to add some CSS class names to different elements of the Portal, including the searchbar area, to give SmarterTrack users more control with custom CSS. This should be included in our next minor update of SmarterTrack10.
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User Replied
Correct, we are using font awesome and you could add your own icons with links by utilizing the announcement feature.
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We have added several new CSS class names that you can target with Custom CSS. Just right-click and inspect elements of the Portal to find their class names, but be careful as some names are shared and some are specific to those elements.

For example, the homepage's search bar has several classes applied to it's container. One of those classes is 'band' and is shared by many elements of the Portal. Therefore, adding CSS of '.band {display: none;}' will end up hiding almost everything in the Portal! However, it also has a class called 'band-globalsearch' which is specific to the global search area. So, to hide the global search bar all you would need to do is add '.band-globalsearch {display: none;}' to your Custom CSS.
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Eddi Bento Replied
You could but it's such a pain to implement it this way, especially when the functionality exists. The announcement text only seems to affect the landing page and non of the other pages. I feel that ST should implement Font Awesome icons into each custom link and let us choose which fa-item we wish to display. It would correct the existing feature.

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