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

Bart Veldhuizen [V-INT] bart at v-int.nl
Tue Oct 30 22:56:01 CET 2007

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.



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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