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<ul><li> Thank you for pointing that out to me, that fixed the problem, and brought up more questions for me, so I’ll carefully read the plugin notes before I ask anymore.
Is there any way to use the tag as following?
<txp:stw_category_tree wraptag="p" break=", " count="" />
This is possible with the native
category_list tag but
break=", " as
Any ideas how to force it to use comma as a break parameter?
Hi Paul_U – when I’m using the option
killempties="0" in “your version of stw_category_tree “ I have the problem , that i dont see anything, only if I set this to “0” then my menu items appears…
have you ever heard about this problem…
Last edited by darche (2008-05-29 20:11:52)
Anyone have a copy of stw_category_tree 1a.2 they care to let me have please?
Thanks. Another kind sole sent it to me.
Is it possible to use some kind of category list sorting with this plugin?
Not as such, although you can use the category “name” for ordering and the “title” for display. So you could do the following…
to list people before animals in a list.
That is bloody genius – just saved my butt big-time – thanks.
I dont understand the localized=“y” property but i think its my only hope.
Basically I need to exclude specific categories from lists of image categories.
But heres the part i dont understand about the localized property:
how are these categories assigned to a section?
It must be so simple…
heres the link:
heres the code:
<p class="path">You are here: <a href="../">Home</a> > <txp:section link="1" Title="1"/> > <txp:bos_image_category link="1" title="1"/></p>
<txp:bos_image_index wraptag="ul" break="li"/>
<txp:bos_image_display capt="1" wrap_capt="div" capt_label="Note:"/>
<p> Select a Photo Gallery </p>
<txp:stw_category_tree section="gallery" type="image" cssid="cat" onclass="active" localized="y" />
Last edited by kvnmcwebn (2008-11-08 01:08:19)
its a bad hen that wont scratch itself.
Is there a way to exclude certain categories from the list?
I tried the Paul_U’s version of the plugin (the one merged with wow_menu), but it’s not working