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creating new pages from Power CMS templates: 2 questions

Thread began 10/10/2013 12:08 pm by wbrooks199805 | Last modified 10/10/2013 1:39 pm by Jason Byrnes | 194 views | 3 replies |

wbrooks199805

creating new pages from Power CMS templates: 2 questions

1. I am using the tutorial and have gotten to the end of add page results page links. I see that it says add pagination. I don't have that in Dreamweaver or as a part of your extensions in my menus. Where is that and what does it accomplish?

2. I do not want to display the entire contents of each page on the results page. I want to display the header and then have the header with the body copy on the details page. How can I do that?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

1) Pagination isa a part of Dreamweaver, it allows you to show a certain number of records on your results page and "page through" to see more results.

In most versions of Dreamweaver it is accessed under:
Insert -> Data Objects -> Recordset Paging -> Recordset Navigation Bar.

2) if you have a header content area, you can use the developer notes code for that content are to show it on the details page.

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wbrooks199805

Not sure..

Not sure if I explained it correctly. I don't want to have all the content on the results page. For example , I have this as the results page:

http://www.iscelli.com/iscinews_results.php

ON the first link I have no news..I haven't placed any news on that page i created with the template within CMS. This is how I want it to show.

On the second link(go to the page) I placed news on that page i created with the template with in the CMS. I don't know how to accomplish not showing the news on the results page. I just want the link that takes you to the details with all the info. Not all that content.

did I miss something in the tutorial?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

So use a static value like "Click Here" for the link text.

If you need clarification, send a copy of the page.

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