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adding new pages to a sitesculptor CMS

Thread began 6/28/2010 5:17 am by CraigR | Last modified 7/21/2010 8:52 am by cpfusion | 2105 views | 5 replies |

CraigRBeta Tester

adding new pages to a sitesculptor CMS

I have seen a few posts on this, whilst waiting for SiteSculptor upgrade solution from Webassist, here's a quick and easy way to add new pages to the sitesculptor CMS

(If you are squeamish around mysql and php, look away now)

In my case, I had a page called products.php already in the CMS, and I wanted to add productdetail.php

This is a 2 stage process, you need to add rows to a table in the database, and some php code to your page.

In order to add a new page to the CMS, you need to access the table pcms2_contents.

take a look at the table structure and find a some rows which relate to an existing page, preferably with the same editable regions as the page you wish to add. (image1)

Add a new row for each editable section you require, entering data in the ContentGroup, ContentRefID, ContentUserID, ContentPageName and ParentId fields. (Optionally, add content in the ContentValue field) (image 2).

Repeat this for all of the CMS regions you wish to add

The page should now appear in the CMS admin.

Now add some php to the page.
Wherever you wish the CMS content to appear, add the following line...
(this line relates to my productdetail page, content section.

<?php echo WA_getCMSContent($database_PowerCMSConnection, $PowerCMSConnection, 'Product Detail' , 'content'); ?>

Repeat for the other CMS regions.

And you're done, (image 3 shows new rows in table)

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CraigRBeta Tester

couldn't leave it

OK, so i made it easier.

you still need to edit the php manually, (though some judicious tweaking of the template makes this easy).

Here is a form to insert multiple rows to your cms table.

No CSS, just plain vanilla, but it works, (as long as you have dataassist)

Hope it helps somebody, image attached showing example of how form should be completed, but refer to your own table for clarity.

Obviously, you can add more rows as required and tweak the page to your needs


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elevy388997Beta Tester

Where specifically do i add the php page you have attached? (Folder: WA_CMS ?)

If possible a 1,2,3 of the steps to do?


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CraigRBeta Tester

sorry for the delay in replying, i've been away.

You can add the php page to anywhere in your site, so long as the includes files contained within it point to the correct destination.

in this example, try placing it in the root folder, (the same place as index.php) and see how you get on

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elevy388997Beta Tester

Works like a charm! Thanks

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I'd also just like to add my thanks to CraigR for creating this add_2_cms page.

Although I could have added things manually, it has made things that little bit easier until WebAssist update Site Sculptor to allow re-entry into the wizard to add new pages.


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