[TYPO3] GMENU wrap question
headhunterxiii at yahoo.ca
Thu Mar 22 19:42:22 CET 2007
well there are all kinds of ways you can do that - using conditionals
would be one way, but then you rely on the menu and page depth. The way
I would probably try it is a combination of the first menu with only one
level and then the first menu with two layers and some ts setting to hid
the first level in that case.
temp.navigation = COA
temp.navigation.10 = level one gmenu here
temp.navigation.20 = HMENU
place level two gmenu here
just a quick thought.
Benjamin Harwell wrote:
> I did that a little bit ago, and yes it was closer however then it tried to
> always show a second level menu. The goal is to only show the second level
> menu when your on a second level page. I think that this is just biting me
> because of the length of this project, and how under the gun we are. I'm
> usually not this thick headed I promise :)
> On 3/22/07, Tyler Kraft <headhunterxiii at yahoo.ca> wrote:
>> what happens if you break it into two different menus? One for the top
>> level stuff and one for the second level stuff - then add them together
>> in a COA?
>> temp.navigation = COA
>> temp.navigation.10 = top level menu
>> temp.navigation.20 = second level menu
>> Would that help you?
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