[TYPO3-english] Content periodicity
horace3d at gmail.com
Thu Nov 12 10:56:28 CET 2009
On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 10:32 AM, * k-do * <kdokdo at gmail.com> wrote:
> A ha... if I was in front of a comprehensible CMS with lots of documentation
> I wouldn't lose my time asking to people that seem to be in the list only to
> discourage newbies. Probably my question would be stupid in another CMS, but
> in Typo3 I'm in front of a stupid answer. Or maybe are you thinking that the
> stupid is me?
> The only thing you will get with this answers is that people get even more
> bored of this crap. The list is full of rude answers and unhappy newbies, I
> haven't seen nothing like this before.
look for the CASE object in TSref (typoscript reference). with google
i also immediately found some typoscript snippets you could try which
use dates with CASE objects.
and you must not be so thin-skinned on mailing lists! :)
> PD: I am obliged to work in Typo3 in this project, but I promise this will
> be the last I do in Typo3.
> 2009/11/11 Peter Klein <peter at clioonline.dk>
>> Use Conditions.
>> Peter Klein
>> On Wed, 11 Nov 2009 14:49:14 +0100, "* k-do *" <kdokdo at gmail.com>
>> >Hi list,
>> >I'd like to know if there is a way to show a content or another depending
>> >the week.
>> >My case is that I need to show a lunch menu. Week1 I have to show menu1,
>> >week2 menu2, week3 menu1, week4 menu2...
>> >Also, this 2 menus are different in winter than in summer (there are two
>> >specific transition dates)
>> >Maybe this last requirement could be done by hand, by hiding and unhiding
>> >content. But it's better if it's authomatic. But the menus changing every
>> >week it is compulsory to do it autmaticly.
>> >How can I achieve this?
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