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8 April 2011 at 9:26am
i am new at SS, so please excuse any stupid questions.
So far i am very impressed what can be achieved with SilverStripe.
I am struggeling to find a proper solution how to place jQuery image sliders in various page types, without building seperate page types.
Along with that, i saw some very useful modules (DataObjectManager, Uploadify, ImageGallery etc..) which allow users to build a dedicated "gallery page"
However, this is not what i am looking for.
I would like to "embeed" sliders in any page type i want to... by giving the user the ability to use these easy image upload and manipulation modules.
Could you please point me to a proper approach?
This would probably also help me to understand how fields & sections of other pages can be displayed on others.
8 April 2011 at 10:05am
well, yes.. the search function did bring me closer.
Is it something lie this? http://silverstripe.org/general-questions/show/4843
Basiclly i need to have 9 different sliders placed in my project.
Maybe a bit closer explaination:
I have a hotel chain with 8 different properties, each will have its own section with sub-pages
So, i will need to include a slider on:
My problem here is that i am planning to have only 2 page types
1 x index (home) & 1 x hotel index (home)
but images to each sliders will be different.
My idea was that i provide user the ability to create 8 "gallery pages" (hidden from public) with the gallery module and then having this content pulled into each hotel section, where the slider should be nested.
8 April 2011 at 9:29pm Last edited: 8 April 2011 9:39pm
A flexible way could be something like this: create a simple 'Slide' DataObject that holds the necessary data for each slide. Then create a MySlider SiteTree Decorator that has_many Slide objects and a ComplexTableField (or DataObjectManager) to add slides.
You can now add the Decorator to any PageType you like. You might want to create a 'MySlider_Controller' decorator for the Page_controller as well to show slides based on the type of Slider you implement
13 April 2011 at 7:43am
thank you for your post.
Very close to my needs, will study this approach closer.
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