Pawtucket2:CSS Page Classes

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CSS Page Classes

The content area of each page in a Pawtucket theme is wrapped in a
tag with the CSS class pageArea'. This tag is emitted by the page header view (pageFormat/pageHeader.php). Other classes are added to this
depending upon the page type and context. You can use these classes to tailor your theme stylesheet. Page- and context-specific classes are summarized below.

Literal class names are show as-is. Variable class names are in <brackets>.


Front page

Class Notes
front Front page always has single "front" class.

Detail pages

Class Notes
detail All detail pages always have "detail" class.
<table> Class indicating kind of detail being rendered. Will be one of: ca_objects, ca_entities, ca_places, ca_occurrences, ca_collections.
<type> Class indicating type of item being rendered in detail. Will be a valid object/entities/place/occurrence/collection type code for your installation. Ex. document
<name> The name of the detail being rendered, as configured in detail.conf. The value is the unique "name" code configured on the left side of the = in the detailTypes block.

Browse pages

Class Notes
browse All browse pages always have "browse" class.
<table> Class indicating kind of item being browsed. Will be one of: ca_objects, ca_entities, ca_places, ca_occurrences, ca_collections.
<name> The name of the browse being rendered, as configured in browse.conf. The value is the unique "name" code configured on the left side of the = in the browseTypes block.
<view> Class indicating the results view type. Will be one of: image, list, timeline, map.

Search pages

Class Notes
search All search pages always have "search" class.
<table> Class indicating kind of item being searched. Will be one of: ca_objects, ca_entities, ca_places, ca_occurrences, ca_collections.
<name> The name of the search being rendered, as configured in search.conf. The value is the unique "name" code configured on the left side of the = in the searchTypes block.
<view> Class indicating the results view type. Will be one of: image, list, timeline, map.

Multisearch

Class Notes
multisearch All multi search pages always have "multisearch" class.

List

Class Notes
list All list pages always have "list" class.

Login/registration

Class Notes
loginreg All login and registration pages always have "loginreg" class.
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