A right sidebar template for the Frontend Dashboard theme.
Frontend Dashboard is a theme that replicates the styling of the concrete5 Dashboard pages. Page templates provided are:
- Full (default)
- Left Sidebar
- Right Sidebar - this page (with an 8:3 split and 1 column gutter)
- Right Sidebar 4 (with an 8:4 split)
- Right Sidebar 5 (with a 7:5 split)
- Two Columns
- Three Columns
- View (for single pages, also full width)
Blocks and Block Templates
To help you make navigation look like it does in the actual dashboard, the Frontend Dashboard theme comes with a custom Dashboard Button block type for creating buttons with icons that link to other pages or URLs. You can see that block type in use in the footer of this page to provide Exit and Next buttons.
Also provided are templates to help you make navigation look like it does on dashboard pages. Templates are provided for:
Templates for each of these block types provide bootrap button-dropdown navigation styled as a default button labelled Menu and a hamburger button styled as primary.
Where you need to show a list of all Frontend Dashboard pages, this is conveniently provided by the Dashboard Pages block. See 'Dashboard Page' below for details.
As well as some customised navigation, the other thing you see on many dashboard pages are alerts. Alerts help draw your attention to specific information, provide instructions and notify problems. Frontend Dashboard provides templates for the core content block for:
- All categories of bootstrap alerts
- Dismissable alerts - click the 'X' and it's closed
This section is a dismissable 'danger' alert. Click the 'X' and this section will be dismissed.
Frontend Dashboard adds a dashboard page as a quck index to all Frontend Dashboard pages. The index can be toggled between two views:
Frontend Dashboard pages are grouped according to their parent page. Each page is listed once.
Frontend Dashboard pages are grouped according to their tags. Each page can be listed multiple times, once for each tag.
You can also install this list onto any Frontend Dashboard page using the Dashboard Pages block, with a default template to View by Parent and an alternate template to View by Tag.