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Customizing the news-demo template

Customizing the news-demo template

Friday 07 February 2003 10:33:09 am - 4 replies

Can someone please help me to let the demo show the children folders I create under the first level ex. In the admin interface I have created the following 'My folder / News / Frontpage / Tonny test sub folder' but when I go to the user interface in news section I cant see it? Is it neccesary to change anything in pagelayout_section_3.tpl to show alle the subfolders there are and if then what.

I want it to look like the same as in the ez2 version where it shows the subfolders in top of the maincontent area and the the atricles under it, so you can click on the folder links and then go to the next level.

Friday 07 February 2003 10:45:47 am

> Can someone please help me to let the demo show the children
> folders I create under the first level ex. In the admin
> interface I have created the following 'My folder / News /
> Frontpage / Tonny test sub folder' but when I go to the user
> interface in news section I cant see it? Is it neccesary to
> change anything in pagelayout_section_3.tpl to show alle the
> subfolders there are and if then what.
>
> I want it to look like the same as in the ez2 version where
> it shows the subfolders in top of the maincontent area and
> the the atricles under it, so you can click on the folder
> links and then go to the next level.
You will find some information about how to do this at:
http://sdk.ez.no/sdk/tutorials/view/templateissues

Basically you need to paste in code like this:
{* set children variable *}
{let children=fetch('content',list,hash(parent_node_id,$node.node_id))}

<h1>{$node.name}</h1>

{* loop children and print name *}
{section name=Child loop=$children}
{$Child:item.name}<br>
{/section}

{/let}
In your template.

See the tutorial for more details.

--bård

Friday 07 February 2003 11:51:30 am

> Can someone please help me to let the demo show the children
> folders I create under the first level ex. In the admin
> interface I have created the following 'My folder / News /
> Frontpage / Tonny test sub folder' but when I go to the user
> interface in news section I cant see it? Is it neccesary to
> change anything in pagelayout_section_3.tpl to show alle the
> subfolders there are and if then what.
>
> I want it to look like the same as in the ez2 version where
> it shows the subfolders in top of the maincontent area and
> the the atricles under it, so you can click on the folder
> links and then go to the next level.

Exactly, that what I need. But one question more. Now I have inserted the following in the template:
<td>
{* set children variable *}
{let children=fetch('content',list,hash(parent_node_id,$node.node_id))}
{* loop children and show line view *}
{section name=Child loop=$children}
{node_view_gui view=line content_node=$Child:item}
{/section}
{/let}
</td>

And now it shows folder, article, folder article and so on. What I want is something like folder,folder,article,article. So on the top of the page you have folders and beneath that the articles.

Friday 07 February 2003 12:20:43 pm

> > Can someone please help me to let the demo show the
> children
> > folders I create under the first level ex. In the admin
> > interface I have created the following 'My folder / News
> /
> > Frontpage / Tonny test sub folder' but when I go to the
> user
> > interface in news section I cant see it? Is it neccesary
> to
> > change anything in pagelayout_section_3.tpl to show alle
> the
> > subfolders there are and if then what.
> >
> > I want it to look like the same as in the ez2 version
> where
> > it shows the subfolders in top of the maincontent area
> and
> > the the atricles under it, so you can click on the
> folder
> > links and then go to the next level.
> You will find some information about how to do this at:
> http://sdk.ez.no/sdk/tutorials/view/templateissues
>
> Basically you need to paste in code like this:
> {* set children variable *}
> {let
> children=fetch('content',list,hash(parent_node_id,$node.node_id))}
>
> <h1>{$node.name}</h1>
>
> {* loop children and print name *}
> {section name=Child loop=$children}
> {$Child:item.name}<br>
> {/section}
>
> {/let}
> In your template.
>
> See the tutorial for more details.
>
> --bård

Exactly, that what I need. But one question more. Now I have inserted the following in the template:
<td>
{* set children variable *}
{let children=fetch('content',list,hash(parent_node_id,$node.node_id))}
{* loop children and show line view *}
{section name=Child loop=$children}
{node_view_gui view=line content_node=$Child:item}
{/section}
{/let}
</td>

And now it shows folder, article, folder article and so on. What I want is something like folder,folder,article,article. So on the top of the page you have folders and beneath that the articles.

Tonny

Friday 07 February 2003 2:14:44 pm

> And now it shows folder, article, folder article and so on.
> What I want is something like folder,folder,article,article.
> So on the top of the page you have folders and beneath that
> the articles.
Then you need to alter the sorting. You can e.g. sort on class name and then on publishing time. The example below shows how to do that.

{let children=fetch('content',list,hash(parent_node_id,$node.node_id,sort_by,array(array(class_name,false()),array(published))))}
<h1>{$node.name}</h1>
{* loop children and print name *}
{section name=Child loop=$children}
{$Child:item.name}<br>
{/section}
{/let}

--bård

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