These settings allow customisation of widths and container styles for all regions in the theme. By default the Global maximum width should be used to define width and all other regions should be set to - None - so that they use the widths applied by column number classes.
In most cases the Header + footer max width should be Match global max width so that it lines up vertically with the rest of the page. The defaults for these settings come from the theme .info file.
For each region you can set the column width, which over-rides the defaults.
.collapseis applied to.
margin:0 autoso the region is centred on the page. Has no effect if
.columns.twelveis in place. Sidebar Second and Content Primary may override this if they are the last column in the row.
This allows a single .css and .js file to be uploaded for the purpose of site specific custom styling and fuctionality. This allows a site to have its own specific styling on to of the UQ Base theme without requiring a whole sub-theme. These files are stored in the site database and are not included in SVN. Once uploaded, these files can be downloaded from this location in order to make changes and then re-uploaded.
Both files are loaded after all other CSS and JS respectively.
To ensure that your code works properly with everything else on the site please use the following JS template:
This allows sites to manage their background colour and/or image without requiring code changes.
Enables or disables certain theme elements. These are core Drupal settings and should not be changed on sites using UQ Base.
Not used, has no effect. This setting is included as part of the Drupal core.
Includes the UQ favicon or allows a custom one to be used. Should not be changed.