[TYPO3] Help with menu
michael at cannonbose.com
Mon Feb 13 18:18:33 CET 2006
One route is to set the menu entryLevel = 1. This way the home page
doesn't have a menu wrapped around it.
The following works well for a client at http://autumnridgechurch.org/
worship/sermons.html who only wants left navigation to show if
there's third or forth to show. The keys are entryLevel and the first
## Inner Sub Menu [Begin]
lib.submenu2 = HMENU
lib.submenu2.entryLevel = 2
lib.submenu2.1 = TMENU
wrap = <div id="SidebarNav">|</div>
linkWrap = <span class="navl2dead">|</span><br />
ACT = 1
linkWrap = <span class="navl2live">|</span><br />
lib.submenu2.2 < lib.submenu2.1
linkWrap = <span class="navl3dead">|</span><br />
linkWrap = <span class="navl3live">|</span><br />
## Inner Sub Menu [End]
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On Feb 13, 2006, at 10:49 , matt wrote:
> I have been given the job of updating our current typo3 site. At
> the moment we have a pretty standard setup, using templaviola and
> dynamically generated menu (which is like an expandable tree). All
> the typoscpript exists in the main template setup field at the
> route of the website.
> What we want to do now is this... Have the home page display
> without a menu, but on every sub-level page have a menu which reflects
> that sub-level (i.e. not showing the entire structure of the site,
> just the level were at and beyond).
> Can anyone suggest the best way of achieving this?
> I was thinking it may be possible to move the typoscript that
> generates the menu into the second level pages.
> Any help most appreciated.
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