Thanks! I wasn’t getting there!
I added an if clause to output a different url if the section matched the different url mode one.
Here’s something weird. I’m using the plugin (v 0.6.3) 5 times in a page. One calls the current section article list and in the other 4 I use the section=“xxxx” to display the articles from other sections.
But it’s not working. It lists the current section articles always ignoring the section value completely.
I’ve tried changing “section” to “sec” and even “s” but it doesn’t change a thing. Another annoying thing is that it adds the section on top of the list even if you specified you don’t want it.
Thanks! Just for the record the FM on the site* states “section”!
Last edited by rbl (2005-12-20 19:41:50)
Thanks for the correction. I think I now got the FM right on my site. The plugin help text lists the correct attributes.
label can either be the section’s title which is the default behaviour and also the one when you set
label=", or the value you specify. Currently the plugin is not prepared for an empty
label. But in this case you probably wouldn’t need this plugin at all.
Last edited by wet (2005-12-21 05:50:07)
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This plugin does almost what I want.
I am using it for a sub navigation at the moment and it would be great if something like this would be supported: currentclass=“active”
The other thing that would be really nice is if an empty label would be possible. At the moment it show the current section but I want the words navigation after is and now that’s not possible I think.
I’ve just added this plugin to a site under development, and it’s working as advertised with the one exception of the sort. I can’t seem to get to change the order that it lists the articles – with or without adding the sortby=“posted”.
Any clues as to what’s going on? The page in question is at http://mwd.mullindesigns.com/designs/
The article “site designs” is the one I want to be on first.
Is there any way to automatically list ALL available sections in a site, including all articles. To generate a sitemap of sorts. If you specify all sections separately you can do this, but you have to review your code if a section is added.
This plugin seems closest as I can find, but you would have to specify all sections individually. Is there a way to just list all of them, possibly with an “exclude” option for the ones you want to leave out, as contact and home for example.
Ideally txp:section would have a “form” option, in which you could set txp:article tags. Or am I the only one who wants to automate this kind of behaviour?