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Where to put requirements for CMS


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xmedeko

7 June 2007 at 10:46am Community Member, 94 Posts

Hi,

I am extending a functionality of CMS and I need to add my javascript and CSS. I use:

Requirements::css(project()."/css/XELayoutEditor.css");
Requirements::javascript(project()."/javascript/XELayoutEditor.js");

When I put it into getCMSFields(), or Controller::init(), or wherever else inside my class, then they are not loaded by default. I have to click on my page, then reload CMS. I can put Requirements to _config.php, but then they will be loaded even when the user will be browsing the final pages. I want to load them only when the admin CMS is open.

Is the only proper place CMSMain::init()?

cheers
andrew

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Sean

7 June 2007 at 1:57pm Forum Moderator, 921 Posts

There's a limitation with the system, and you have to add them in CMSMain as you said.

Cheers,
Sean