Introduction to the new modularized theme
Modern websites and browsers enable incredible new capabilities that can greatly enhance your user's web experiences. However, these capabilities are not without cost in terms of large page sizes and more process in the browser when each page is rendered. These capabilities are worth it when you need them, but removing them for an entire site or including them only on pages that take advantage of these capabilities provides for more flexibility.
You must have IBM
® WebSphere Portal 220.127.116.11 installed so that you can enable or disable the new modularized themes. New modularized themes only apply to a specific profile. You can also update existing themes to use modules.
The module framework allows extensions to contribute to different areas of the page in order to provide flexibility, enhance the user experience, and maximize performance.
The module framework allows themes to be customized in order to provide flexibility, enhance the user experience, and maximize performance.
Device classes are used in IBM
WebSphere Portal as an abstraction for common properties for the device of a client. For instance, tablet computers can be grouped into a device class tablets
, since they share a form factor and possibly other traits such as touch interface, or additional hardware sensors.
This topic shows the naming conventions used to denote the location of files on the servers and the types of resources you can find in those directories.