Banner 9 Basic Navigation
Posted by Bob Hardcastle, Last modified by Bob Hardcastle on 15 August 2018 04:48 PM
The basic navigation of each page (previously Forms) includes the page header, key block, sections, notifications center and buttons.
The page header is part of the basic navigation and contains the following items:
When the cursor is in the key block, the fields that can be entered in the key block are enabled. When you leave the key block, the fields in the key block are disabled.
When the cursor is in the key block, the information is displayed in a column format. When you leave the key block by clicking the Go (previously Next Block) button, the data is rearranged into a linear format and not enterable.
To access the body of the page, populate the key block data and then click Go. You can return to the key block if you are in the body of a page by clicking Start Over (previously Rollback).
Pages are divided into sections (previously blocks) that contain additional details for the key information. A section can represent one record or multiple records depending on the type of information that you are working on. Each section contains related information. Sections of data are accessed by scrolling up and down the page. They can be opened or collapsed by clicking on the arrow on the far left side of the section header. Some sections are accessed by using tab headings that group information in a meaningful way.
If available, the sections can have a header that includes icons for the following actions:
Bottom Section Navigation
The bottom of the section of the page will contain icons to be used for navigation, perform functions, and display additional information.