In the writing fine-tuning view, there is a wide range of quick adjustments to try out and choose from. These include the font of the text in the body of a writing, positioning of ingress and style of the border optionally surrounding images. To apply adjustments to several writings at once, it is sufficient to first make the appropriate adjustments to one writing and copy them to the other writings selected in the mass editing view.
Some of these adjustments are probably less frequently needed, but useful to have available when you need them. One such is the adjustment that makes line breaks for reference and/or meta text (not shown in the picture) be done at any point. Without using it e.g. long web addresses might extend past the boundaries.
Quick adjustments affecting the whole work also have their uses, for example to make the content of the front page of the work more preparatory (more on this elsewhere) and to make small adjustments from language selection to caching and from setting the publicity to setting page width. For some works, it may be useful to set the scalability of the images presented in small size so that they do not end up being too small (will get set to 80% width on a smartphone, for example) and it may sometimes be user-friendly for the reader to enable icons to indicate, for example, the inclusion of videos and image collages in some writings. Caching per work is very useful in avoiding server load (even a few seconds of caching is very useful).
From time to time more solution spesific settings become available. Some others include the "Page menu", which allows each page of a work to display a menu that is largely automatically generated from collections of writings available in the public work, from presentatation pages or from blog layouts. Any special pages are also put to these menus or, if no menus are used, at the beginning and end of the rest of e.g. table of contents. If special pages should be omitted from page menu its name need to start with character ":".
Shareablekey refers to a parameter that can be placed at the end of the public address of a work or any of its pages and whose value, if given correctly, allows a work being in private-mode work to be read without having to make the work public. "Allowed tags" means tags separated by commas, which determine which of tags added to an writing (a separate text field) are taken into account in contexts where tags can be used to do something.
One can choose to display the cover image of a work on all pages or on the front page using the solution-specific setting, but it is also also possible to select whether the image should be displayed in a larger size or not at all, and how title of a work should be displayed or whether to not show it at all by "tweaking" special page "Opening section"'s name. The same tweaks also affect the appearance of the PDF version of the solution, if one decides there's need for such.
In practice, if the name of a "Opening section" special page starts with:
Those could have been implemented with buttons, but maybe there are enough of them already?
For other specialpages it is possible to have:
(when using pagemenu)
(when not using page memu and the content listing type is "plain structure")
(when not using page menu and the content listing type is other than "plain structure".)
Some settings like "Dates in writings' metainfo" may not do anything as such, and one also need to adjust the metainfo setting in the "writing fine-tuning" view so that the meta info of writings actually appears anywhere. Without these settings, date of a writing would not appear at all, but with them it can be placed near the titles or at the end of writings.
Every solution can be put to maintenance mode, which is manifested to users as a message that replaces everything else while maintenance mode is in effect. Maintance mode causes this message to be shown, when a reader tries to access a published work: "Solution has been put in to maintenance mode, which is a different choice from making it private. Someone probably just wants use time and care to perfect the solution without revealing anything too soon. If one had to guess, changes take an hour to finalize, but who knows."