You can control much of how the entry pages are shown using a Page Style property.
Creating Page Styles
Go to the Edit->Add Property menu and under "Thumbnails, Page Style, Etc." select Page Style. The Page Style property allows you to specify what menus to show, whether to show other features and you can also specify a wiki text template to use for the default HTML views of the entries:
Page Style Create Form
Image 1: Page Style Create Form
In the Page Style you can specify whether the style is appicable to the current entry with "Apply to entry" and/or specify the entry type to which the style is applicable to.

If you want this Page Style to be appicable to a whole sub-tree of RAMADDA entries check on the "Inherited" flag for the property.
  • Menus. To control if the menu bar is shown and what menus get shown enter either "none" in the menus field (to not show the menu bar) or a comma separated list of the menus you do want to show:
    Note: Just so you don't lose the ability to edit the entry the menu bar is always shown for users who have edit privileges for the entry being displayed.
  • Breadcrumbs: This is the breadcrumb trail of the ancestors of an entry.
  • Show Toolbar: This is the icon toolbar (e.g., edit, delete, copy, etc)
  • Show Entry Header: The Entry icon, name and Layout: icons
  • Wiki Template: If defined this is the Wiki template used for the default HTML display of the entry. See wiki.html for information on the wiki facility.
For example, if you wanted to override the default display of a certain entry type (e.g., Seabird CNV files) for the entire repository then do-
  • Add a Page Style property to the top-level entry
  • Check off the "Apply to this entry" box
  • Under Entry Type specify "type_point_ocean_cnv". This can be found by viewing the Information page for one of the entries.
  • Add the wiki text.
  • If you want to use the default wiki text for the entry you can access it through the Embed Entry menu as described here
  • Check on the "Inherited" box
  • Save the Page Style and you should now see the changes for any of the entries of the specified type.
Page Style Example
Image 2: Page Style Example