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technigrafa
Content module

The "Content" module is a GREAT content module:
Content Module

I only ask one thing: Is there any way to make it show menu sub items in the same way as other modules(but behind the scene so the DHTML menu still functions)? I am using the sitemap module and it does not recognize any of my content pages from this module.

Thanks!

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JMorris
Re: Content module
  • 2005/9/28 0:35

  • JMorris

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You can define the following in Content's xoop_version.php and it will give you sublinks that will register in the sitemap module. Adjust the names and URLs to suite, of course.

// Menu/Sub Menu
$modversion['sub'][1]['name'] = "Page Two";
$modversion['sub'][1]['url'] = "http://mysite.com/page2.html";

$modversion['sub'][2]['name'] = "Page Three";
$modversion['sub'][2]['url'] = "http://mysite.com/page3.html";


Hope this helps.

James
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technigrafa
Re: Content module

Thanks! I will use this for now. Anyone know how to make this happen automatically? We will probably start using this content module for clients and they will not be able to edit files to make their site map show up properly.

Content's xoops_version.php file handles sub pages this way:

$result $xoopsDB->query("SELECT storyid, title, homepage, submenu FROM ".$xoopsDB->prefix("content")." WHERE homepage='0' AND submenu='1'");
$i 1;

while (list(
$storyid$title) = $xoopsDB->fetchRow($result))
{
    
$modversion['sub'][$i]['name'] = $title;
    
$modversion['sub'][$i]['url'] = "index.php?id=".$storyid."";
    
$i++;
}

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