You might have been joining the great new series of webinars in the series Knowledge Exchange Forum that DI have been hosting on Tuesday evenings at 7pm UK and Irish time. If you’re like a lot of people, this might have been difficult as it coincides with evening meal-times or after work clubs etc. So now you can view all the videos of past sessions and select just the topics that interest you!More
As many of you have been following our “Coffee with Diver” webinar series you will be familiar with what is called the DivePort DIUX skin. This is a set of files containing html code, DI-designed navigation and action icons and the matching skincss and text files. A lot of you are keen to try out the new skin – the usual way to get it is when you install a new DivePort with one of the latest versions of the software.More
This year I’ve come up with a new Christmas dashboard that uses the idea of an Advent Calendar to make the Christmas Countdown of reporting a bit more fun! It’s a way of offering your users a new insight every day, or just using the the daily buttons to show the same reports with the latest daily data – it’s up to you how much time and ingenuity you invest in this novelty dashboard.More
Whenever you set about creating a new Diveport or even just a new environment in an existing Diveport, you should take a few moments to set up some macros relating to the colours and fonts you are going to use.
This brief but important job will same you lots of time in the long run – especially if you ever want to make changes to colours and fonts across just one environment, in which case your normal fallback of making a global substitute of the colour values in the portaldb.json (Diveport 7) or portaldb.xml file will not work easily, as you will overwrite the colours in all the environments at once.More
Rose Weinberger’s latest blog on how to size a Diveport Page for PrintDP – both for the US page sizes and European sizes.More
It’s that time of year again – when you have a lead up to an event or festival like Christmas or Easter. You want to compare your sales performance (or manufacturing, production or any other KPIs) against the same period last year.More