Changes between Version 27 and Version 28 of MenusPlugin


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Timestamp:
Oct 29, 2009 1:17:02 AM (5 years ago)
Author:
rjollos
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Alphabetical ordering for definition of [mainnav] and [metanav] menu items

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  • MenusPlugin

    v27 v28  
    3636So here come the available properties and their possible values: 
    3737||'''Property'''||'''Description'''||'''Example value'''|| 
    38 ||parent||Make the item a sub-item to the one mentioned as value||top|| 
    39 ||label||What should be written on the "button"||Team Tools|| 
    40 ||href||Where the item should link to||/report/1|| 
    4138||enabled||Must be set to `1` for self defined items to be shown. Can be set to `0` to (temporarily) disable an item.||1|| 
    4239||hide_if_no_children||Don't display this (sub) menu if it has no children (e.g. the current user lacks the privileges for all sub-items)||1|| 
     40||href||Where the item should link to||/report/1|| 
     41||label||What should be written on the "button"||Team Tools|| 
     42||order||Move an item to the left/right. By default, all items have an order of 999 (who will ever reach 999 items must have done something wrong, really!). Use values from 1..999 to define positions. Use a negative value for an item you want to make sure it always comes first - and a value larger than 999 if it sould always come last.||5|| 
     43||parent||Make the item a sub-item to the one mentioned as value||top|| 
     44||path_info||String to be matched with the request path info to decide whether a menu item should be displayed. Useful for context dependent items (e.g. in the ctxnav)||/wiki|| 
    4345||perm||For items like reports, `hide_if_disabled` does not work, since this is no component. Though, it should not be displayed if it is not available. So you can handle this by defining the required permission.||REPORT_VIEW|| 
    44 ||order||Move an item to the left/right. By default, all items have an order of 999 (who will ever reach 999 items must have done something wrong, really!). Use values from 1..999 to define positions. Use a negative value for an item you want to make sure it always comes first - and a value larger than 999 if it sould always come last.||5|| 
    45 ||path_info||String to be matched with the request path info to decide whether a menu item should be displayed. Useful for context dependent items (e.g. in the ctxnav)||/wiki|| 
    4646 
    4747Menu options: