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  • The theme.css file within the root each Plato theme let's you customise your Plato theme colours or typography. Plato uses Bootstrap 4 so typically you would use the theme.css file to override existing Bootstrap 4...
    • 9/2/2019 11:41:06 PM
  • Release notes related to the Plato 1.1.x series of releases.
  • November 21st 2019 Plato 1.0.7 introduces support for various external login providers and also makes it super easy to now enable Google Analytics for your Plato site. We hope the external login support will help...
  • November 25th 2019 The Plato 1.0.8 update is a smaller maintenance update addressing some important issues around the initial web based set-up experience. This update also aims to stabilise the 1.0.x code base whilst...
  • The theme.txt file describes your theme to Plato. The theme.txt file is a simple YAML file that contains your theme name, which version of Plato your theme is compatible with and author information. The theme name...
    • 9/2/2019 11:46:34 PM
  • A complete history of all changes related to the Plato.Questions module. 1.0.2 2nd October 2019 Added Plato.Questions.History to provide versioning and history for questions & answers. 1.0.0 9th...
  • The _ViewImports.cshtml file contained within the root of each Plato theme let's theme developers import additional .NET namespaces or use within the theme layout files . You can see the default _ViewImports.cshtml ...
    • 9/2/2019 11:57:09 PM
  • Plato Desktop is new and we would love to get your feedback. If you have any ideas for how we can improve Plato Desktop please don't hesitate to post your suggestions and help us make Plato Desktop even better 💕 ...
  • The _AdminLayout.cshtml file inside of the Shared directory within each Plato theme allows you to optionally customise the administrator dashboard layout. It's unlikely you would need to modify this file unless...
    • 9/3/2019 12:03:22 AM
  • The Plato.Anchorific module automatically generates a table or contents and anchors from headings within your content You can see an example of this below... Enabling Plato.Anchorific Visit your Plato dashboard...
    • 3 months ago
  • The Plato.Users.Badges module is a core module for Plato and cannot be disabled via the features page. The Plato.Users.Badges module provides services to award badges to users based on participation or actions...
    • 9/3/2019 11:05:18 PM
  • A complete history of all changes to Plato.Discuss. 1.0.0 9th September 2019 Initial release.
  • It's important to note that when creating or editing roles you are only defining the permissions available to users within that role. To use roles to control access to content within your Plato installation...
    • 8/31/2019 12:52:35 PM
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    Links
    Links are very easy and an be added like so... [google.com](https://www.google.com/) This would produce a simple hyperlink like so... google.com You can also style your links with CSS attributes like so... ...
    • 8/29/2019 12:35:47 PM
  • Plato.Settings is a core module for Plato and cannot be disabled via the Features page. Plato.Settings provides the general settings page available via the administrator dashboard for Plato. This page lets...
    • 9/3/2019 10:56:31 PM
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    Shared
    The Shared folder inside of each Plato theme directory contains by default 2 MVC / Razor based layout files. These layout files allow you to customise both the front-end and administrator layouts. For example you can...
    • 9/3/2019 12:36:52 AM
  • The Plato.Theming module allows you to create themes and customise theme files via the web based Plato administrator dashboard . Plato.Theming is an optional module and can be enabled via the features page. NOTE...
    • 3 months ago
  • Large code blocks are surrounded by 3 back tick (```) characters. public Common.Collections.FieldTemplateDetailCollection SelectFields() { if (_fieldCollection == null) { // build field template object var ft =...
    • 8/29/2019 12:48:37 PM
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    Headers
    Headers are denoted with up to six hash (#) characters depending on the size of the header you require. For example... # Header 1 ## Header 2 ### Header 3 #### Header 4 ##### Header 5 ###### Header 6 Produces the...
    • 8/29/2019 12:34:52 PM
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    Lists
    Unordered lists can be added like so... - List Item 1 - List Item 2 - List Item 3 This would produce the following list... List Item 1 List Item 2 List Item 3 Ordered Lists Ordered lists can be added...
    • 8/29/2019 12:41:06 PM