[TYPO3] Menu - multiline menu item
raczek at open.infi.pl
Tue Jul 3 15:41:34 CEST 2007
I already use optionsplit, but I don't know the way to configure TS to
render those <td> cells simultaneously (td for item, td for background1
and td for backround2); you must create them in vertical way, whereas
optionslit and TMENU properties allow creating menu items one by one
here's my example:
temp.clickpath = COA
wrap = <table> | </table>
20 = HMENU
special = rootline
special.range = 0 | -1
1 = TMENU
1.wrap = <tr> | </tr>
1.NO.allWrap =<td class="dump_box"> </td> <td class="navi_box">
|</td> |*| <td class="navi_box">|</td> |*| <td
class="navi_box_active">| </td> <td> </td>
thx for help, any other ideas?
Bernd Wilke pisze:
> Rakowski Tomasz schrieb:
>> Hello group!!!
>> I am trying to construct a sitepath, that would look like that:
>> <td> Item </td>
>> <td with some backgroud> </td>
>> <td with other background> </td>
>> So, the idea is to have a multiline menu element - in my case
>> I know how to generate traditional item-row (first one), but I have no
>> idea how simultaneously render the other two rows.
>> What's more important those two rows cannot be created apart from
>> menu, because the way they look and behave depends on menu item - if
>> it is the last menu item backgrounds are different etc.
>> Do you have any ideas how to do sth like that?
> What about an optionsplit?
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