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9 April 2010 at 8:45pm
i have tested you code below and it works fine.
i was just wondering in what circumstances can you use it when its under SiteConfig.
9 April 2010 at 9:59pm
I am not sure what you are asking.
I use it when working with a css menu with image replacement, so you can say: that page corresponds with that position in the menu. There are also other ways to do that, for instance create a page-class where the name corresponds with the the css class or id in the menu and later on gives the body class etc.
Or do you mean: how to get the info out of there?
To get the link to the pages it works like this:
You store the id in $SiteConfig.PortfolioID, but to get the link in your templates you use $SiteConfig.Portfolio.Link
BTW: in php you get access to the data with DataObject::get_one('SiteConfig', '');
9 April 2010 at 10:27pm
well said in a nutshell. thank you very much for sharing appreciate that
2 September 2010 at 11:31pm Last edited: 2 September 2010 11:32pm
Nice, thanks. Perfect for the Google Analytics account number. Also, if there are a lot of contact forms on a site, SiteConfig would be good for the From & To email addresses. Also header & footer stuff like phone/address...
Think I'll be including this in all my SilverStripe sites from now on...
jeremykiveo: Would be nice to change updateEditFormFields to updateCMSFields in your blog post.
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