[Typo3] wrap content header with table instead of h1 tag

Tyler Kraft headhunterxiii at yahoo.ca
Wed Jun 15 21:37:00 CEST 2005


I think you need to look at the LOAD_REGISTER in TSref.  Somthing like 
this is/used to commonly be used to change the max image width for 
specific columns, so probably lots of info about that on the list archives.


Jacob Floyd wrote:
> I've been looking around for a way to surround each content element in
> the left and right columns (but not the middle or the border) with a
> table containing 2 cells. 1 per row. In the first cell I need the
> header of the content element, and the main content of the element in
> the second cell.
> I started searching in TypoScript Object Analyzer and found that
> lib.stdHeader seems to have all the information, but I don't want to
> change it directly there because I want it to apply as is to the
> middle column.
> Right now I'm using the CSS styled content extension. When I refer to
> the column in my template I have been using style.content.get*
> (Left,Right and Border) to fill my pages with the content.
> Is there an easy way to wrap as described above?
> which cObject(s) can I wrap with the example below:
> whole element wrap:
> <table width="95%"  border="0" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="0"> | </table><br />
> element header wrap (I don't want it wrapped in <h#> tags):
> <tr><td align="center" class="sectiontop">.: | :.</td></tr>
> element content wrap
> <tr><td align="center"  class="sectionbody"> | </td></tr>
> If I've missed something in the TSRef or TS by Example or some other
> manual, please point me to it.
> Thanks!

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