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24 June 2009 at 5:55am
Its a start, but getting their slowly:
Im doodling with the look, so far from complete and will change.
So here is my question - I find that the help lacks in discussing menu systems, particularly out side the normal horizontal top menu and the sub menu down left. As you can see I have a green panel on the left - Just wondering how would one add an SS VERTICAL menu on top of that?
And even better - how would one make it either as a pop out OR a tree type menu?
I notice in Arams tute ( http://www.ssbits.com/building-a-theme-from-a-static-template/ ) he mentions a SilverStripe control loop for the menu:
<% control Menu(1) %>
<a class="$LinkingMode" href="$Link" title="Go to $Title">$MenuTitle</a>
<% end_control %>
Is this applicable to a left side vertical menu?
Go easy on me - my PHP knowledge is near zero. I realise one has to use CSS to style, but how could one "control loop" the menu as it might be added to / changed over time?
24 June 2009 at 6:03am
It seems I may have answered this myself - I added the above code INSIDE my "sidebarBox" DIVs. Just checking - am I on the right track?
However I am still at odds with the sub menu solution. I have 6 sub menu items under the SERVICE menu item. Either a pop out or a tree type solution? How would one do this? I assume more PHP than above is required? Another IF statement??
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