Defining Default Layout Options

This topic describes using the Layout Default Options page to define defaults for Mobile Application Platform layouts.

To access the Layout Default Options page (IB_DOCLODFLTS) select PeopleTools > Mobile Application Platform > MAP Administration > Default Layout Properties.

Image: Layout Default Options page

This example illustrates the fields and controls on the Layout Default Options page. You can find definitions for the fields and controls later on this page.

Layout Default Options page

Field or Control


Template Name

Enter or use the Lookup button to search for a layout template to apply by default to the first page in the layout.

Content Theme

From the drop-down list, select the default jQuery theme to use for content if the selected template does not define one.

Add Default Label Text

Select Header and/or Footer to add default text in the Header/ Footer as a reminder to populate with the appropriate text.

Header Footer Positioning

Select the default position for the header and footer toolbars. The values are:

  • Fixed. The header and footer will appear within the viewport and stay present as the user scrolls. Tapping on the screen will hide them.

  • Full Screen. The header and footer will appear within the viewport and stay present as the user scrolls, regardless of where the user is in the content.

  • Standard. The toolbars are presented according to the document flow, scrolling into and out of the viewport as the user scrolls through the data.


The default position of buttons when assigned to a group. The values are:

  • Horz. Horizontal.

  • Vert. Vertical.


Define the transition from this page to other pages in the layout. The options are:

  • Fade. Fade the page or dialog in over the previous content.

  • Flip. An animated page flip, rotating the current view out with the other view on the reverse side.

  • Flow. Throws the current page away and comes in with the next page.

  • Pop. The page springs into view from the center of the screen.

  • Slide. Slide in from the left or right, pushing the previous content out of the way.

  • Slidedown. Slide down from the top, over the top of the current container.

  • Slidefade. Slide in from the left or right then fade the page.

  • Slideup. Slide up to the top, revealing the next content below.

  • Turn. The page turns as in turning a page in a book.

Event PeopleCode Package Name

This field is reserved for future use.