I would like to have my homepage displaying a background that is totally different from the background of the rest of the site, is this possible with any of the templates or Apps?
With Protean, the background of the site can be edited under Body>Background. This affects the entire site, so it is not possible to selectively change the background of specific pages. Are there currently any alternatives to this in UNA?
If I understand correctly the 3 main templates currently maintained at UNA although stylistically different are functionally similar.
So my question is: by paying 50 to 100 USD/Year for Lucid or Decorous will this only enable accessing different layouts (possibly with more interesting forms of navigation) or are we accessing structurally different templates as well, that can allow site admins increased ability to tweak more aspects of the website?
For example, with Protean, editing the value for the background will, in principle, change the background for all pages, but it could be envisioned that in the Pages App we could define the value for the background for more "special" pages., Tis does not happen in Protean, is it possible in other Templates? Are the restrictions and rules for editing the different blocks and pages exactly the same in any of the templates, or are there differences at this level too?
The company running the server where I've started my UNA project just sent me an e-mail indicating the possible presence of Malware code (please see the attachment for a screenshot).
I understand that sometimes this is not as bad as it sounds, but just to be in the safe side I would like to double-check this with the community and maybe have a general take on aspects of security with UNA. Is this thoroughly discussed anywhere?
Techs will comment on this specific warning, but generally in regards to malware point - UNA is fully open-source, so it can be reviewed in every aspect.
I don't see any Malware on the screenshot, if you can send all the details of this detection via private messenger I can investigate it more carefully.
Many thanks. Not sure what happened - In the meantime the site was reported as clean.
There was in fact no further info I could see more than what I passed along in this post.
I'm looking into the forms builder.
Was wondering if there is a way to create a list not by manual entry of every single item, but perhaps by updating a *.CSV file. There are two examples I find relevant:
- Say you want to upload a list postal codes for a country, this is something you might get online as a single file, but transposing it manually to the site can be not only time consuming, it lends itself to errors.
- Another example, is the categorization of professions & occupations. There are many professions which you might want to distribute in different areas such as Healthcare, engineering, education, services, etc. In this case there are dependencies to observe, so that for example, "nurse" or "doctor" falls under "Healthcare", while "teacher" falls under Education.
Could anyone share ideas on how to streamline the incorporation of large lists or tables into a UNA project?
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