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Nick Belane

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  1. Thank you arjen!
  2. Excellent work Wanze, thank you very much! What do you think about moving the seo-stuff in a new tab in the page editor like MarkupSEO does? So it would be completely detached from the content tab. Content and SEO separated.
  3. I have the same "issue". sitemap.xml is working properly but throws a 404 in jumplinks.
  4. Deleted, see below.
  5. Yes, now it works. Thank you!
  6. Hi Robin, now it works in Chrome but not in FF (58.0.1). module Version is 0.1.3
  7. Hi Robin, I added "LinkFilesMenu" to the "CKEditor Toolbar" settings field and the icon appear in the toolbar. But it doesn't show the pdf files when I click the icon. No dropdown. Do I have to name the file-field in a special way? It's a multi-language site.
  8. Thank you DaveP! This was really the first good explanation for the namespace-stuff for me as a newbie... Great community here!
  9. "I am not satisfied with how it performs. " Why?
  10. Ah, thank you. Now it works. But I don't get it. I thought the namespace must defined on the top of the page. Just one time. I have set this in the header include. Do I have to set the namespace in every include?
  11. Hi everybody! The following code is an include in different templates and works fine: <?php if ($page->id != 1) { ?> <div class="container"> <div class="breadcrumbs hidden-xs hidden-sm" role="navigation" aria-label="<?= __('Sie sind hier'); ?>:"> <span class="blue"><?= __('Sie sind hier'); ?>:</span> <?php foreach($page->parents() as $item) { echo "<span><a href='$item->url'>$item->title</a></span>"; } echo "<span>$page->title</span>"; ?> </div> </div> <?php } ?> But if I remove the first if-statement "$page->id != 1" it throws an error: "Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function __()" Probably it has to do with the foreach loop. I am not the best in PHP Thanks in advance
  12. Thank you kongondo, very helpful! In the first model (single Category) you create for each Department a different template. Why? Isn't that a bit overkill if you have e.g. 30 Departments (If any department-template have identical fields)? Why not use one template for all departments and filter another way?
  13. Thank you mr-fan! It looks pretty cool..I think I dive into the first/ "easy" solution But I can't find a PageTable Field in my Version...(2.7.2)
  14. Thanks for your answer! Yes, I want to know the number of downloads for a few pdfs (separately for each file) No, I don't need to track separately for each user. This is the site and the page "downloads": http://www.schaefer-consult.com/downloads/ There is one template with different fields. One field (type:file, name:downloads) contains all the pdf-files of the page. The body-field contains the links and the copy-text. Something like that: <p>Muster-Baubeschreibung für Asphaltarbeiten<br> (Stand: 01/16)<br> <a class="pdf" href="/site/assets/files/1020/muster-baubeschreibung_asphalt-16-1.pdf" target="_blank">Muster-Baubeschreibung Asphalt 16-1</a></p> The following would be easier and more dynamic, but not so flexible for my customer: $liste =" "; $liste .="<ul>"; $pdf_files = $page->downloads; foreach($pdf_files as $pdf_file) { $liste .="<li>{$pdf_file->description}<br><a href='{$pdf_file->url}' class='pdf'>{$pdf_file->name}</a></li>"; } $liste .="</ul>"; echo $liste; The best solution for us would be something like that in the backend: file-a.pdf (321) file-b.pdf (222) file-c.pdf (123) Danke für die Geduld! ;-) Grüße Nick
  15. Thank you. hm, probably.. But I don't get it. I have a template with different fields. One field (type: file) is named "downloads". In this field I stored different pdfs. But where do I have to put the code in your post? I only want to show the number of downloads in the backend. Not in the frontend/ website.
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