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From Cyriaque Dupoirieux <Cyriaque.Dupoiri...@pcotech.fr>
Subject Re: [Views] Export-links
Date Tue, 26 Jul 2005 09:56:39 GMT
Cyriaque Dupoirieux a écrit :

> Ross Gardler a écrit :
>
>> Cyriaque Dupoirieux wrote:
>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>>    The export link templates do not use the skinconf file - that is 
>>> if you disable the pdf link, it is always generated...
>>>    Is it the way you want to use views or do we still allow the user 
>>> to configure his site with the skinconf file ?
>>>
>>>    IMO it is easy for the user to set these export links via the 
>>> skinconf file and to add at the beginning of each templates :
>>>        <xsl:if test="not($config/disable-pdf-link) or 
>>> $disable-pdf-link = 'false'">
>>>                <!-- xhtml generation... -->
>>>          </a>
>>>    So, the default.fv will always call the export-link.vt.xml, which 
>>> will generate what is needed.
>>>
>>
>> Skinconfig should is not used in Templates (Views) + Themes. More 
>> info by searching the archives for "per plugin config" and other such 
>> threads. Basically we want to be able to configure page display on a 
>> per page or per directory basis. Hence the ability to override the 
>> *.fv files.
>>
>> In other words, the PDF page should only be generated when there is a 
>> link to it in the site itself.
>>
>> So if we have a default Template (was View) that turns on the PDF 
>> link but we have a special page called "noPDF.html" which overrides 
>> the default and turns off the PDF link then PDF should be generated 
>> for all pages *except* the "noPDF" page.
>
>
> Ok, so you will think the same for the several alternate locations 
> that we can find in the pelt skin : for instance, the search box can 
> be at the tabs level or in the menus. For you, only the Template 
> (View) will decide if you want to display the Search box and where you 
> want to display it.
>
> In fact :
>
>    * the tags <disable-???-link/> can be considered as deprecated with
>      views,
>    * attributes @location or @location-box also...
>
> I like it.
> But then, because nothing is simple, we should not test the 
> motd-page/@location nor the minitoc/@location in the following :
>
>    * content-minitoc.ft,
>    * content-motd-page.ft
>
> Regards,

Forget it, the problem is different with toc and motd location...
It is important to decide where you want to display a toc ...

Cyriaque,

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>> Ross
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