- Installing and upgrading
- Installation overview
- General installation requirements
- Installing on Ubuntu Linux
- Installing on Windows Server
- Installing on macOS
- Installing on CentOS Linux
- Installing on SuSE
- Configuring php.ini
- Configuring Apache
- Configuring the database
- OpenOffice / LibreOffice
- OpenCV (facial recognition)
- Alternative installation
- Upgrading PHP versions
- Setting up scheduled tasks/cron
- User management
- Advanced user group options
- Customising ResourceSpace
- Configuring ResourceSpace
- The config file
- E-commerce and PayPal
- Offline job queues
- File integrity checking
- ResourceSpace file storage (filestore)
- Edit access for contributors
- Configuring Leaflet Maps
- Create Alternative Video Files
- Signing all database PHP code
- Integrating with Uppy Companion
- The System Configuration Page
All text strings in ResourceSpace can be customised from the Manage content area found at Admin menu -> System -> Site content
Using the edit button for a particular content string will allow you to change the text normally displayed in the interface. This can be changed only for a certain language or user group if you wish.
Several config options can further enhance the Site content area:
- $site_text_custom_create: Enable this to allow creating new content strings.
- $site_text_use_ckeditor: Enable this to allow using a rich text editor.
Creating custom pages
The site content area can be used to create new pages in ResourceSpace with $site_text_custom_create enabled.
Simply create a new content string with the Page set to "content" and the Name as your choosing.
You can then view this page by visiting https://SYSTEM-URL/pages/content.php?content=NAME replacing the SYSTEM-URL with the URL of your system and NAME with the name of the page you created.
This new page could then be linked to from a new Dash tile or even added to the header with the $custom_top_nav config option for example:
$custom_top_nav["title"]="Test page"; $custom_top_nav["link"]="$baseurl/pages/content.php?content=testcontent";