[TYPO3-templavoila] content outside mapped area using frontend editing or list module
paul.bucalo at gmail.com
Fri Jan 14 22:11:07 CET 2011
This might seem silly, but have you considered reloading your TV module?
There have been times where my install didn't behave as expected, and I
re-uploaded/imported the module, making sure every file was correct, no
packet loss and my problem was solved.
It just sounds like you've got something off kilter there. Especially if
taking the same action doesn't produce the same xml results.
Though there are so many elements to a template and the config, sometimes
it's hard to ensure every single one of them is being followed exactly.
Have you looked at the busy noggin framework for TV?
One thing I like is that it standardizes the template approach, so I can
worry about the visual without worrying about the technical execution of the
template as much.
Hope it helps,
On Fri, Jan 14, 2011 at 3:45 PM, Mario Šargač <sargac at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you for your feedback. I did what you suggested and discovered few
> things. First of all I filed a bug to a Typo3 bug tracker, regarding
> multiple elements of type "page-content":
> Other than that I discovered that creating a new content element of type
> "TS Object Path" and changing an element of type "Page-Content Elements"
> into "TS Object Path" doesn't produce similar and expected XML configuration
> part comparing to freshly created elements of that type. I think that's a
> bug too, so I filed another one here:
> Now I have to find which parts of a template I need to fix, or decide
> whether it is better to create a new DS/TO. It is of course possible I
> misunderstood something, so your opinion would be appreciated.
> On 01/14/2011 05:52 PM, Paul Bucalo wrote:
>> It depends on your comfortableness with editing the xml. I only resort to
>> that if nothing else is working.
>> I would try a fresh template, created with the UI, and see if you get the
>> same problem. Perhaps add one element at a time to see if you can catch
>> problem point.
>> The object path allows one to assign content to that area of the template
>> using a typoscript object (like lib.myObject).
>> It won't necessarily dictate a separate position for the content unless
>> typoscript is somehow responsible (like lib.myObject = COA, etc).
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