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Dynamic Menu using PowerCMS Builder

Thread began 10/23/2012 7:20 am by wrigd | Last modified 10/23/2012 9:12 am by wrigd | 609 views | 1 replies


Dynamic Menu using PowerCMS Builder


I am needing some assistance in applying a dynamic menu when adding new pages via PowerCMS builder and also how would it be best to construct the pages/templates in PowerCMS Builder to make this work.

Some of my menu items are 3 levels deep and I am at a loss at how I can implement the menu to work dynamically if the client was to add another page based on a template I have assigned in PowerCMS Builder, depending on if the page is a main page or a sub, sub page.

My menu set-up currently uses a separate php file constructed via CSSMenuWriter. All the menu items currently are set-up as static links so I have to manually edit the file if another page is added. This need to automatically update. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you.

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