heggsta/silverstripe-elemental-listing

A listing element for the silverstripe-elemental module

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dev-master / 1.x-dev 2020-06-23 00:57 UTC

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README

The module provides a Silverstripe Elemental element that allows CMS users to configure listings of arbitrary content. The core implementation is based on the ListingPage module by Marcus Nyeholt.

Requirements

  • SilverStripe CMS 4.3+
  • Elemental
  • MultiValueField

Installation

composer require heggsta/silverstripe-elemental-listing

Configuration options

Overview

Heggsta\ElementalListing\Elements\ElementListing
  sample_template_pagination: '<%-- .ss template pagination sample code here --%>'
  cms_templates_disabled: true
  file_template_sources:
    - 'themes/mytheme'

Descriptions

sample_template_pagination

String to display in a TextareaField for example pagination - this simply provides some helper template code for CMS users to add pagination to a listing template. This field won't display if the value is false or empty string.

Default:

<% if $Items.MoreThanOnePage %>
    <ul>
        <% if $Items.NotFirstPage %>
            <li><a class="prev" href="\$Items.PrevLink">Previous</a></li>
        <% end_if %>
        <% loop $Items.PaginationSummary %>
            <li>
                <% if $CurrentBool %>
                    <span>$PageNum</span>
                <% else %>
                    <% if $Link %><a href="$Link">$PageNum</a><% else %><span>...</span><% end_if %>
                <% end_if %>
            </li>
        <% end_loop %>
        <% if $Items.NotLastPage %>
            <li><a class="next" href="$Items.NextLink">Next</a></li>
        <% end_if %>
    </ul>
<% end_if %>

cms_templates_disabled

Set to true to disable fields for editing the listing template in the CMS.

Default: false

file_template_sources

An array of locations relative to the project root directory to be scanned for listing templates. If any templates exist, CMS users can select one to be used for rendering the listing.

Within a source directory, templates must be placed in a templates/Heggsta/ElementalListing/ListingTemplates/ directory, e.g. templates/Heggsta/ElementalListing/ListingTemplates/MyTemplate.ss

Default: [] (empty array)

Additional credits

Marcus Nyeholt (https://github.com/nyeholt/)