This tab is accessed from the Layout Manager in Theme Builder 3.0 and above.
System Administrators can set permissions to restrict who can use this feature. By default, only Confluence site administrators (
System Administrators can set permissions to restrict who can use these options. By default, only Confluence site administrators (
confluence-administrators group) can edit these options.
If you are creating an extensively customised user interface, you can configure which libraries are included by the layout.
This option toggles inclusion of a PieNG script (which only gets loaded in IE 6 and below) in the layout. The script is never included in IE 7 or above, which render PNG alpha-transparency correctly.
The PieNG script scans through all <img> tags looking for images with an extension of ".png" and then replaces the image with a transparent GIF and sets the original PNG image as the background image along with relevant alpha-transparency filters required to properly display PNG images in old versions of Internet Explorer.
When this script is disabled, or if you configure menus to display as quickly as possible (see Menus Tab), the menuicon macro and compound-menuitem macro will display icons as GIF images instead of PNG images, regardless of which browser is being used.
Although disabling this library will have unwanted side effects, the option is useful if you want to include a more up-to-date version of Script.aculo.us in your layout.
The jQuery library is rapidly becoming one of the most widely adopted libraries due to its ease-of-use, low footprint and wide range of freely available plugins.
This jQuery plugin, when enabled, attempts to boost the perceived speed of pages by preventing images outside the visible browser window from loading, resulting in the visible part of the web page appearing to load faster.
The plugin is included in Theme Builder 3.0 and above more as an experiment for inclusion of jQuery plugins. It's use is not recommended unless you are already familiar with the plugin.
If you are not using the native label editor within Confluence (which is required by both the builder-labels macro and the label editor that appears at the bottom of the add/edit page/news screens in Confluence.
Disabling this option is not recommended unless you plan to either remove or replace the existing label editing UI.
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