Affects Version/s: 6.0.6 GA, 6.0.11 EE
Fix Version/s: None
Component/s: UI Infrastructure
Environment:Liferay 6.0 EE Sp1
Similar Issues:Show 5 results
LPS-13647 Communities Architecture - Pre-Defined Community Types LPS-13319 Kaleo Form Creation - Ability to pre-define drop-down list values LPS-12745 Ability to create wiki page templates LPS-14595 Allow portal jsps to be overloaded by theme templates LPS-55316 As a staging user I can use pre-defined templates for publishing and exporting
This is somewhat related to
LPS-7130 but perhaps from a little different perspective.
Right now I can create a page template from Control Panel "add template" "Mike's Theme", then click
"configuration" and open up the template in a new window. Then from "Manage Pages" add a theme, or custom CSS, or completely pre-define the look and feel (perhaps this would be a branding application).
When I then return to my full page and click "add page" and select my page template "Mike's Theme" from the drop down there is no theme applied. However, I can go back to the template from Control Panel, view it on a preview browser and the theme is still there.
So first of all, I find this behavior inconsistent, the theme appears
when viewing the template as an asset in Control Panel but not when deploying it in an actual site.
Secondly, if I tried all the above with a site template instead of a page template, it works as expected.
I can apply theme, stylesheets to a site template and that theme persists in the "asset view" in Control
Panel as well as when I deploy it in a community or organization. Once again, inconsistent usage between
page and site templates.
Third, it seems to me that not being able to apply a theme to a page template severely limits the
usefulness of having page templates in the first place.
I discovered this behavior during a sales presentation when I was demo'ing the "ease" with which
non technical users can deploy pre-formatted pages complete with branding and theming already applied.
I was surprised to find that this is not the case because it just seems so intuitive, especially
when site templates DO behave this way.