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EP6.0: How to customize the area under the detail navigation area

Hi,

We have a lab environment and a lot of people are trying to do different things with EP6.0. I see a lot of windows ( like quick links, stock sticker, Portal favorites, Google search . etc etc ) directly under the 'Detail NavigationÂ’ window. This provides an ugly look to the portal with the end users.

Can you please let me know how to customize that area and delete some of these windows. I have super admin access in the portal.

Thanks

Arunava

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2005 at 05:42 AM

    Hi Ganguly,

    To customize the Detailed Navigation

    GoTo Content Administration -> Portal Content -> Portal Content (Folder) -> Content Provided by SAP -> End User Content -> Standard Portal Users -> open Default Framework Page -> edit Desktop Innerpage -> Check and uncheck the required iviews

    Thats it

    Hope this solves.

    Regards,

    Joshua Kiran

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2005 at 05:54 AM

    Hi Arunava,

    You can try this:

    Goto <i><b>Content Administration </b></i> -> <i><b>Portal Content</b></i> -> <i><b>Content Provided By SAP</b></i> -> <i><b>End User Content</b></i> -> <i><b>Default Framework Page</b></i>.

    Here would find all the default iViews and pages. The iviews would be till hte Page Title Bar & the related iViews/Pages for the Detailed-Navigation area & Content Area are available in the <b> Desktop InnerPage</b>.

    Keeping the Page Content radio button enabled, please select <b>Desktop Innerpage</b> and click on <i><b>Edit</b></i>. This would show iViews like Detailed Navigation, Drag&Relate Navigation, etc.

    You can disable/enable the visibility of the required iViews.

    Hope this helped.

    Warm Regards,

    Ritu R Hunjan

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