[TYPO3-templavoila] Adding Text/HTML to the contentin TemplaVoila

Bart Veldhuizen bart at v-int.nl
Thu Nov 1 15:14:42 CET 2007

Hi Uwe,

I think you can still use this method; simply use a condition in your  
TypoScript template to determine if you want to actually insert any  
content or not.


Op 1-nov-2007, om 15:04 heeft Uwe Grohne het volgende geschreven:

> No, it's just for a few pages, it will be a link to a contact page  
> to submit
> a special string to this. But I think, this will be the only  
> solution for
> me, though I didn't want to change my DS any more.
> "Bart Veldhuizen [V-INT]" <bart at v-int.nl> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> news:mailman.4239.1193781433.20721.typo3-project- 
> templavoila at lists.netfielders.de...
>> Hi Uwe,
>> if you mean something like a standard page footer, you can simply  
>> add that
>> to your HTML template, then map it from TV and use a TypoScript  
>> object
>> path to fill it.I always set up a few 'service pages' that hold the
>> content for such page elements (page footers, secondary navigation  
>> etc),
>> so that content managers can easily change them without having to  
>> change
>> any TypoScript code.
>> Cheers,
>> Bart
>> Uwe Grohne schreef:
>>> Hmmm .... a good idea, but not exactly what I need. With this, each
>>> content element gets wrapped with that, but I need it at the end  
>>> one time
>>> :(
>>> Thanks anyway, do you have another idea?
>>> "Rudy Gnodde" <rgn at windinternet.nl> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
>>> news:mailman.1.1193734166.10846.typo3-project- 
>>> templavoila at lists.netfielders.de...
>>>> Hello Uwe,
>>>>> I want to add a link below all content elements, but I don't  
>>>>> know, how
>>>>> I can access the content from TemplaVoila. All custom Objects  
>>>>> in the
>>>>> Data Structure can be accessed via an object path like  
>>>>> lib.element, is
>>>>> there something like that for the content?
>>>>> I know, that I could manually edit the data structure, but I  
>>>>> don't want
>>>>> to touch it for several reasons: First, I don't want to screw  
>>>>> up the
>>>>> assistants like I did with something like that and second I  
>>>>> want to
>>>>> keep all settings centralized in my TS template and use  
>>>>> constants and
>>>>> conditions.
>>>> You can use tt_content.stdWrap.dataWrap (or  
>>>> tt_content.stdWrap.wrap as
>>>> well I think) to wrap something around each content element.
>>>> Regards,
>>>> Rudy Gnodde
>>>> WIND Internet
>>>> http://www.windinternet.nl
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