[TYPO3-project-seminars] question about the use of html templates
martin_keck at gmx.de
Mon Aug 28 00:04:07 CEST 2006
thank you for your answer.
Indeed, I am a programmer, but I wonder if in this case the work would
be worth it.
The solution you mentioned sounds not so bad. Though it's not so neat,
it should do it. The only thing to do would be, to change the template
for the list view so that the list looks as one.
Secondly I think, there had to be done some more changes to the whole
extension, as there should be the possibility to select different
templates in the plugin options of the list view, according to the event
period of time chosen. I suppose this would mean more than a few lines
of code... ;) Unless you hard code it, but...
I'll see, maybe I'll do the patch (are you a maintainer of the
extension?), if it won't work the way I think could (I don't have much
time right now either - but otherwise who has...? ;)
Mario Rimann schrieb:
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> Hi Martin
> Martin Keck schrieb:
>> The following situation: I have a couple of seminars all shown on one
>> page via one seminars content element. Now I want to use different html
>> templates for the detail view of past seminars and upcoming seminars, so
>> that the user e.g. only gets basic information of past events but the
>> full information of upcoming events. Is that possible with the current
>> status of the seminar extension (without using more than one seminar
>> content element)?
> I think that's not possible at the moment. The reason is, that all links
> are pointing to the same page where the detail view plugin is located.
> As always the same detail view plugin with the same configuration is
> called, the output won't differ.
> It could work with two plugins to show your seminars that are configured
> in different ways: one showing only current and upcoming events,
> pointing to detail page A and the second one displaying the past
> seminars, pointing to detail page B.
> But that doesn't sound like a genius solution for this. I think the
> detail view could be improved with just some lines of code to reflect
> your changes - without changing the template.
> Are you a programmer and could you make a patch? That would be great!
> Unfortunately I don't have the time to have a deeper look into this
> issue or even code it within the next couple of weeks.
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