The theme determines the functionality and design of your project. Only administrators have permission to create new themes. If you need to create a new theme, but do not have permission to do so, contact your administrator. Alternatively, if the changes you require are purely design related, you can create a new variant of an existing theme. Variants maintain all the theme's original functionality while allowing authors to choose their own colors and fonts. See the article Create a Variant f...
A Baseline is a great way to speed up the development of new projects, especially if you have many projects that all share a standard structure.
For example, all your eLearning courses will have an Introduction with the same three pages, and each lesson has essentially the same structure, etc.
A Baseline is a project that your authors can quickly duplicate to start a new project, and they're available on the Create New Project panel.
You can set any project to be a Baseline. That could be ...
Baselines are project frameworks that your team creates as a starting point for similar projects. A Baseline can have as many pages and learning objects as needed.
Any project can be set to be used as a baseline by an administrator. Setting as a baseline allows anyone, regardless of assignments to use the baseline without allowing them to change the original project.
This lesson outlines the steps to use a Baseline as the basis for a new Project.
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Ready to contribute a project of your own to the Clarofy community? Your first step is to determine what type of project it will be. With Clarofy you have the option to create a text-based Quick Post, Write an Article, Create A Software Simulation or Screen Cast, Share Learning, an Image, Video, or URL. Continue reading below to learn how to create each of these projects.