StoreFront: Add Application Categories to Favorites Tab

A client with two corporate locations published resources with the same name at both sites. They wished to display both versions of each application, but needed to identify the site where each application was published. Not a problem in Apps view, since the category name is displayed together with the application name:


SF Categories 1.png


However, if both versions are on the user's Favorites page, it's a bit more challenging, because the category doesn't show up!


SF Categories 2.png


That seemed a bit strange, so I opened Developer Tools and found out that the category name is on the page with the application name, but for some reason, StoreFront has been instructed to hide it when on the Favorites tab:


SF Categories 3.png


 It's a simple matter to get it to again appear. Back up the file:

      \inetpub\wwwroot\citrix\<store>Web\custom\style.css,

and add the following to the bottom of the file:

 .largeTiles .myapps-view .storeapp-category {
    display: block;
}

Save the file, and voila!


SF Categories 4.png

 

Sam Jacobs is the Director of Technology Development at IPM, the longest standing Citrix Platinum Partner on the East Coast. With more than 30 years of IT consulting, Sam is a NetScaler customizations and integrations industry expert. He holds Microsoft MCSD, Citrix CCP-M and CCP-N certifications, and is the editor of TechDevCorner.com, a technical resource blog for IT professionals. He is one of the top Citrix support Forum contributors, and has earned industry praise for the tools he has developed to make NetScaler, StoreFront and Web Interface easier to manage for administrators and more intuitive for end users. Sam became a Citrix Technology Professional (CTP) in 2015. Sam can be reached at: sam.jacobs@ipm.com or on Twitter at: @WIGuru.

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