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[deprecated] Howto: Use RockFrontend's footerlinks


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Note: This feature has been moved to RockSettings



Every site that I create needs some kind of links in the footer. It's not much work to create a page reference field for that, but it's not much fun as well 🙂 

That's why RockFrontend creates a "footerlinks" field and adds it to the home template for you:


With the latest commit you can easily access those pages in your template file:

  <li n:foreach="$rockfrontend->footerlinks() as $link">
    <a href="{$link->url}">{$link->title}</a>


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No, the idea is that RockFrontend is unobtrusive. That means you should be able to install it without any unwanted side effects happening. If you find anything that violates this concept let me know 🙂 

But if you update and check that box for "footerlinks" you'll be able to call $rockfrontend->footerlinks() in your template files 🙂 

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@bernhard I only found this post here in the forum - and not realising this had changed - went looking for it in the RockFrontend config settings.  Pehaps the title of this thread could be changed to reflect that this is no longer available in RockFrontend?

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  • bernhard changed the title to [deprecated] Howto: Use RockFrontend's footerlinks

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