Each panel has Panel settings that allow a certain amount of flexibility where and how the panels are displayed and how the content is organized.
You can access the panel settings in Tinyportal using "Tinyportal > Panels and Blocks > Panels". Then in the TP Admin menu choose the option "Panels".
You will have several options as follows:
Hide panels when in these sections: This will indeed 'hide' the panels per section.
Hide panels admin section
Personal Messages screen
Hide panels in these custom actions: This is similar to the previous option above, but for added modules not on that list. ( separate the actions with comma. For example: "gallery,arcade,shop" ) Options: [textarea]
Padding between panels: Enter in the amount of pixels providing empty space around the outside of your panels. Options: [textarea]
For each panel the following layout options can be set:
Width of this panel: Set a predefined width for the panel. This option is only available for the Left and Right panels Options: [Entry field]
Use ---- panel?: Allows for each panel to be switch on or off completely. Options: [On] / [Off] Hide ---- panel when in forum?: Allows for each panel to be switch on or off in the forum sections. Options: [Yes] / [No]
Display the blocks vertically(default): Arrange blocks vertically, full width, top to bottom Display the blocks horizontally: Arrange blocks horizontally, full height, left to right Display the blocks in 2 columns: Arrange blocks in two columns, equal width per block Display the blocks in 3 columns: Arrange blocks in three columns, equal width per block Display the blocks in 4 columns: Arrange blocks in four columns, equal width per block Display the blocks according to a grid: Arrange blocks as in picture Grid option 1:
Grid option 2:
Force this width on each block: use 00px or 00% to set a fixed width for the blocks Options: [Entry field] Force this heigth on each block: use 00px or 00% to set a fixed heigth for the blocks Options: [Entry field]
Finally a number of formats is displayed as per your theme. This can be selected for the panel to get a desired style.
Doc Written By: Xarcell Last Updated 10-Jan-2022 by @rjen