[Webcom] Different menu items for local chapter pages
j.cook at oxfordarch.co.uk
Fri Jul 3 12:18:04 EDT 2009
I have added some content to the UK chapter pages now: http://www.osgeo.org/uk
There is a provisional set of links at the bottom of the home page that I would like to see as a menu, and they are all under the ./uk "directory", eg http://www.osgeo.org/uk/mailing_list, with the exception of two wiki pages. It would be nice to include links to those but if it's tricky that's not essential.
I will be adding a couple of extra pages, but again they will all fall under the same ./uk directory- so if you could show me how to add them to the block/menu once it's set up that would be great.
Many thanks for your help
----- Original Message -----
From: "Wolf Bergenheim" <wolf+grass at bergenheim.net>
To: "Web committee discussions" <webcom at lists.osgeo.org>
Cc: "j cook" <j.cook at oxfordarch.co.uk>
Sent: Monday, 8 June, 2009 19:24:19 GMT +00:00 GMT Britain, Ireland, Portugal
Subject: Re: [Webcom] Different menu items for local chapter pages
On 06/08/2009 04:38 PM, Joanne Cook wrote:
> Dear All,
> I finally trying to put some content in the UK local chapter section
> of the main website, as kindly agreed a couple of months ago. I
> notice that the site keeps the same menus to the left and right of
> the main content, regardless of what page you are on. I assume that
> is a fixed rule, correct?
Not exactly. A block (a menu or box) can be given some conditions (like
for instance parts of page urls) which when evaluated to true reults in
the block being displayed.
> If so, I'd like some advice on how to design my UK-specific pages so
> that there are links available to UK content. I can include a "table
> of contents" on the main home page but after that it might get a
> little tricky to navigate around the "sub-site" without having to go
> back to "local chapters/United Kingdom" in the left-hand menu.
If you tell me the menu and the pages where it should show I can set it
up for you. Hopefully all those pages are under the same "directory",
but that is not mandatory.
> Any suggestions appreciated! Also, is there a link to style
> guidelines for the website other than the logo?
Not to my knowledge. The current style is more or less the result of it
happening. There is an alternate theme called OSGeo2, which is less white.
Wolf Bergenheim (wolf+grass at bergenheim.net)
Senior IT Support and Development
Oxford Archaeology (North)
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