The guide states the things to note, like Admin Access, Custom Code, Notes, APIs, etc.
Most of the template content is directly pulled from the database. Please do not delete an entire Data Thing unless you are sure of what you are doing. However, feel free to delete any template content you prefer.
For security purposes, this template has limited rights for potential customers. Meaning, you will not be able to use the admin features at its fullest until you purchase the template and enable admin rights.
If you want to make someone an admin, you'll have to change the field
isAdminwithin the User datatype to yes. After you do that, this user will have the ability to modify data inside the dashboard page. If a non-admin user accesses the admin page, he will not be able to do any manipulations because of the conditions on edit/delete actions, when the
isAdminfield value is set no for this particular user.
Under the Data tab click the icon in the Editor, go to the Data Type User and look for
isAdminfield with Yes/No boolean type, condition for Yes is set the Admin rights are enabled and user can edit and delete users/classes or manipulate with Fee value from Admin page, however, if No is set the Admin rights are disabled for the user.
Note: Remember to hit the SAVE button.
If you have already purchased the template, you can simply delete the following Conditional of these elements in order to gain full access to dashboard features:
1. On the
adminpage, find buttons "Delete Event" and "Delete User" (use the simple search on the page):
2. Click on the first button "Delete Event" and see this button's Conditional tab, remove the condition and do the same with the second button "Delete User":
3. Complete. After these changes, you can check the on-page respective actions.
Congrats! You have successfully granted admin rights. Now you can use all the admin page and its features as an admin user.
Also, delete the warning group that says to check the template's documentation:
- Locate the container Group "allertDemo":
2. And delete it:
On certain pages, there are some HTML elements used for some solutions that are not available by default. You can find these codes on the following pages:
indexpage - you see HTML/CSS code attached in the Page HTML header. #customDropdown ID applies to the dropdown elements in order for them to have a pleasant cross-browser look.
adminpage - On this page, you see HTML/CSS code attached in the Page HTML header. #customDropdown ID applies to the dropdown elements in order for them to have a pleasant cross-browser look.
Another style used, ::-webkit-scrollbar with various parts customized ::-webkit-scrollbar-track and ::-webkit-scrollbar-thumb for webkit browsers.
The ::-webkit-scrollbar CSS pseudo-element affects the style of an element's scrollbar.
Note: The Dropdown EventSort and Dropdown Order elements have also IDs exposed for CSS.
eventpage - On this page, the Page is loaded event, has an Add/Edit head tags action to load the styles of the event editing sidepanels reusable element, i.e. its positioning, height, overflow, and margins.
On this page, the action will open google calendar in a new tab with event details (title, date, location) passed through URL parameters.
On this page, we use the Toolbox plugin, for running the js function to open Twitter in a new window with events details to be shared on the platform: https://bubble.io/plugin/toolbox-1488796042609x768734193128308700
eventspage - On this page, you see HTML/CSS code attached in the Page HTML header. #dropdownCustom ID applies to the dropdown elements in order for them to have a pleasant cross-browser look.
Note: The Dropdown sortbyTime and Dropdown When elements have also IDs exposed for CSS.
managepage - On this page, you see HTML/CSS code attached in the Page HTML header. #sidemenu ID applies viewport-percentage <length> value relative to the size of the viewport for the element, i.e., the visible portion of the document.
In this section, we describe additional plugins used in templates on pages for different purposes.
Zeroqode Air Native plugin
Note: This template has Zeroqode Air Native plugin installed. With the plugin you will be able to integrate all the native features into your Bubble app: Touch ID & Face ID, Push Notifications, Camera & Gallery Access, and many others. To be able to use all the native features, the plugin needs to be purchased (one-time payment or a monthly subscription) via Bubble’s marketplace.
The Air Native plugin allows you to implement the native features within your Bubble editor, but in order to convert the Bubble app into native Android and iOS, it is required to use the Air Native service.
If you do not want to use it, simply remove the plugin from the template.
Zeroqode Air Bundle plugin
Note: This template has Zeroqode Air Bundle plugin installed. It contains six most commonly used and complex plugins that will easily extend your application. To be able to use it, the plugin needs to be purchased (one-time payment or a monthly subscription) via Bubble’s marketplace.
If you do not want to use it, simply remove the plugin from the template.
Note: The admin page uses the Relative Time with Momentjs plugin, to display the date and time of your choosing relative to the current time: https://bubble.io/plugin/relative-time-with-momentjs-1492117803371x414476256717570050
Note: The checkout page uses the Timercheck plugin, to countdown the time available for checkout before the order has expired: https://bubble.io/plugin/timercheck-1528204832671x559811991300997100
Note: The event page uses the Browser plugin, to build a more intuitive, beautiful page https://bubble.io/plugin/browser-1486962300251x576761271471308800
Note: The event page uses the Toolbox plugin, element ListofNumbers as a source to display the tickets quantity in the dropdown https://bubble.io/plugin/toolbox-1488796042609x768734193128308700
Note: The event page uses the Rich Text Input plugin, which enables users to write rich formatted text in an input https://bubble.io/plugin/rich-text-editor-1580238841425x582072028873097200
Note: The event page uses the Search and Autocorrect plugin, which adds searching through all the events using Search Box and also handle typos and other errors https://bubble.io/plugin/search--autocorrect-1515542335452x628730204959539200
Note: The manage page uses the Relative Time with Momentjs plugin, to display the date and time of your choosing relative to the current time: https://bubble.io/plugin/relative-time-with-momentjs-1492117803371x414476256717570050
Note: The mange page uses the Search and Autocorrect plugin, which adds searching through all the orders using Search Box and also handle typos and other errors https://bubble.io/plugin/search--autocorrect-1515542335452x628730204959539200
Create event reusable element
Note: The Create event reusable element uses the Air Date/Time picker plugin, which is used to pick the start date/time and end date/time for the event creation process https://bubble.io/plugin/air-datetime-picker-1495642567089x595986733356023800
sidepanels reusable element
Note: The sidepanelsreusable element uses the Air Date/Time picker plugin, which is used to pick start date/time and end date/time during event description https://bubble.io/plugin/air-datetime-picker-1495642567089x595986733356023800
Note: The sidepanels reusable element uses the CSS Tools plugin, which is used to add a class name and provide additional custom styles on event page https://bubble.io/plugin/css-tools-1504424270272x619283445634039800
Embedded Notes in Bubble Editor
This template comes with explicit Notes for Database fields, Option sets and their fields, and Privacy rules, which will guide you with the modification process.
In order to preview a Note of any data type or field, click on the 💬 icon.