[TYPO3-templavoila] Some problems with content slide and the use of columns

Mario Šargač sargac at gmail.com
Fri Jan 14 15:56:38 CET 2011


I think for the #1 you can use a "Reference" for a CE you need to 
reference or repeat on other pages (without TS, please google for 
referencing a CE, it's almost like copy-pasting).

For the #2 I can't say a thing as I don't use columns.


On 01/11/2011 10:42 AM, Elena Bartolotti wrote:
> Hello everyone.
> I have just started working with Templavoila and I'm stumbling in a
> couple of issues for which I can't find good solutions.
> I can start from the content slide.
> Assuming that I prefer not to use Busy Noggin because I want to rattle
> off Templavoila on my own and create my fce templates from scratch, the
> most difficult problem for me is the management of content elements that
> the user might want to repeat only on some pages of the site.
> After several failed attempts to use the TS for this, I had to fall back
> on" TV content Kb slide" for most of the contents I want to repeat. Is
> this the only possible way? Can I use it for text input elements type too?
> The second issue is related to a solution which I then had to use just
> for phrases for SEO, that I don't want to leave in the editor management.
> So only for these, I opted for the classical system in four columns of
> TYPO3, putting styles.content.getLeft and styles.content.getRight, with
> the slide from a certain treelevel or page if the field is empty.
> In my ignorance on TV, I don't found better solutions...
> To do this I use the page module (not TV) and here I found a big
> problem... a bug maybe: when I write my content in the columns left or
> right, TYPO3 move it to the normal column after save.
> Help me!
> Any suggestion is welcome.
> Thank you so much!
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> Elena Bartolotti
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