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A simple addition to the navigation menus for extra information

Project description

MenuNavigation lets you add HTML descriptions to objects in Plone.

Add a new HTML-description by selecting MenuPage from the “Add new…” Menu. The Title is automatically generated, and the Content-field takes HTML or text. (It is added with tal:replace structure)

You can add portlets to show the HTML-description:

Add a Classic Portlet with the following settings:

Template: info_portlet Macro: portlet

The portlet searches through context for a MenuPage, if none are found it searches all the parents of context until site-root, and returns the first MenuPage it finds. Site-root is not searched, and can not use the portlet. If no menupages are found, the portlet displays nothing.

1.0b1

Making product compatible with GenericSetup only, to ensure that conflicts with for example TinyMCE on skins aren’t an issue.

Adding example template for adding MenuNavigation info to webcouturier.dropdownmenu.

1.0.a2

Removing raise in script so things work as expected

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