BookshelfUI

What is BookshelfUI?

BookshelfUI provides a graphical interface for creating, editing and managing books. It consists of a book editor, a book management and an integrated navigation.

Where to find BookshelfUI?

Global actions, BookManager:

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Create new book:

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Give name to the book and select book type:

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Book is created:

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Create Article/Page in the book

Too create article in the book, click Add and specified the title:

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or Mass add pages - select set of pages to be added (read more in Mass add section)

All changes will only become active after clicking on the "Save" button.

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Right click to manage:

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Add next Article/Page

To add next page, mark book and then Add button.

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To add next page in the already existing page mark, that specific page where you want to add next one.

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Or add a page that already exists:

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Mass add pages

Pages can be added in a batch in addition to adding single page. There are different sources from which pages can be added:

  • Subpages - all subpages of a given page.
  • Category - all pages contained in the given category.
  • Page collection - add pages from previously created Page collection.
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Other extensions can define their own sources, like all pages with certain semantic property, so the list of sources may show adittional sources.

Books management

  • In the book management books can be created, copied and deleted.
  • When creating a title must be specified.
  • The already existing books are displayed in a list.

Book Editor

  • The book editor displays the contents of a book in a hierarchical folder structure.
  • Book chapters are added in the form of wiki articles. A selection dialog opens for this purpose.
  • Book chapters can be renamed.
  • Book chapters can be dragged into the desired order by Drag'n'Drop.
  • Book chapters can be deleted via an icon. It is not the article itself deleted, but only taken from the book.
  • Metadata can be inserted via a dialog.
  • All changes will only become active after clicking on the "Save" button.
  • When saving, the bookshelf tags in the articles are copied (if desired).
  • It is possible to mark individual chapters for export.
  • If the user clicks on "Export selection", he receives a document in the selected format. At least one export extension must be activated for this.

Integrated navigation

  • The navigation is a separate tab in the sidebar.
  • It consists of two areas.
    • Available Books shows a list of all the books stored in the system.
    • Chapter shows the chapter navigation of the currently selected book.
  • The two areas are represented by an accordion grid. This also means that only one area is open at a time.
  • The ad will be preserved the same way the user selected it when the page was changed.

See also

Our reference page.

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