|EDM207: Customizing Web Products|
Empower 2014 conference presentation: The user interfaces of both Laserfiche WebLink and Laserfiche Web Access can be tailored to suit your organization’s needs. This course will cover:
• The basics of Laserfiche web UI modification.
• Customizing the look and feel of WebLink via the WebLink Designer and ASPX.
• Changing styles and hiding options in Web Access.
|EDM302: Advanced Web Customizations|
Empower 2014 conference presentation: This course will cover advanced customization options for both Laserfiche Web Access and Laserfiche WebLink. Familiarity with ASP.NET is beneficial. Topics include:
• Creating custom menus and toolbar items (Web Access).
• Creating and deploying a custom login module (Web Access).
• Custom URL integrations and custom URL syntax (Web Access and WebLink).
|CD103: What's New in Laserfiche|
Empower 2013 conference presentation: This course presents an overview of new features in each Laserfiche product added in the last year, such as changes to the Laserfiche Client, Web Access, Workflow, Mobile, WebLink, and the Laserfiche SDK. A specific focus will be the new business processes approach represented by the interaction between Laserfiche Client/Web Access and Workflow, as well as the new Laserfiche
|CD207: Customizing WebLink|
Empower 2013 conference presentation: Whether it’s making public records available to your citizens or providing access for customers who need to see their files, Laserfiche WebLink is the tool you need for distributing your documents via the Internet. This session gives you hands-on experience with the tools you need to customize the WebLink interface and integrate any of the components into your existing Web page, including the WebLink Designer and integration through URL generation.
|EDM305: Advanced Topics in Web Customization|
Empower 2013 conference presentation: This course will cover advanced customization options for both Laserfiche Web Access and Laserfiche WebLink. Topics will include creating custom menus and toolbar items (Web Access), creating and deploying a custom login module (Web Access), as well as custom URL integrations and custom URL syntax (Web Access and WebLink). Familiarity with ASP.NET is beneficial.