Get the most out of your Open Publishing Space!
The Open Publishing Space skeleton package comes with an Inherited Theme called 'mytheme' all ready for your further customization.
In addition, this theme is also automatically synced to the Git repository of your site. This means that you can invite other people, such as fellow educators or your students, to assist in the further customization of your site.
When displaying Open Publishing Space pages within another system (e.g. LMS) it is often helpful to only display page content and not include header navigation and the sidebar.
To do this, add
chromeless:true to your page URLs. For example, to only display the content of the page at http://demo.hibbittsdesign.org/grav-open-publishing/ you would use the revised URL of http://demo.hibbittsdesign.org/grav-open-publishing/blog/the-urban-jungle/chromeless:true
To make a blog post precede all other blog posts listed, add a
featured tag to it's taxonomy field (located on the
Options panel when editing a page in the Admin Panel). The frontmatter that is added to the page will look like this:
taxonomy: tag: -featured
To hide a blog post from the homepage post list, but still make it available on other pages, add the following page frontmatter option:
To override the automatically calculated Git Repository URL on a page (i.e. to view a folder containing child pages), add the desired URL to the page frontmatter like this:
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