CORE allows you to completely customise the look and feel of a conference.
TODO: explain concept of "CORE", "other content", and "navigation".
Let's assume that your conference has the abbreviation myconf.
All of the publicly accessible files for your layout should be stored in a subdirectory of
This folder must have the following structure:
You can start by copying the supplied 'democonf' folder:
2. (X)HTML templates
Copy the 'democonf' layout directory as a starting point:
3. Activate the layout
To to this, select the
custom layout option for your conference in the conference manager.
It is possible to change the navigation buttons.
1. Configuration file
Create a navigation configuration file in
The name should be <abbreviation>.php, so in this case that would be
You can start by copying the supplied democonf configuration file:
Your navigation file should always return an array. The syntax of the array elements can be found in the Zend docs.
2. Activate navigation
custom navigation option in the conference manager.
The example config uses different content as well, so read on.
For new content you need to add a new module.
You can copy the "webdemo" module:
CORE allows you to send automatically generated emails. For example, the submit feature allows you to send an email to all reviewers of certain papers. This e-mail is generated from two templates. A dynamic template which is generated by CORE and a static template which can contain text, like signature, disclaimers etc. The static e-mail template will be appended to the CORE generated e-mail template.
The name of the static e-mail template is always:
abbreviation-<action>.phtml, so for example
myconf-reviewers.phtml is located in: