Integrate Masonry to Plone
This add-on is inspeared by ContentWellPortlets. Main differences are:
- You can add as many portlets as you want above and below the content body.
- There is only one manage portlet screen
- Portlets layout can be configured
- Portlets layout can be extended in many ways
Layout is controlled with many axes. The main idea is to force all portlets in above and below the content to float from left to right.
But portlet has no forced width, so here you have many ‘mode’ you can configure per page for above and below. Note ‘above’ and ‘below’ portlets can use a different mode.
Availables modes: * fixed with 220 * min-max: 220 - 300 * free
Some mode can force you to review the masonry configuration exposed in the viewlet configuration.
- Add a configuration panel to define a mode for each area (above and below) of each page.
- Refactor html classes and css selectors
- Do not activate jquery.masonry by default because it break layout more than helps to build it.
- Add visualClear block to be sure content is displayed after blocks.
- Use link for css registry.
- add new classifiers
- update manage portlet contextual to work as default one
- change the slot used for portlets: IAboveContentBody and IBelowContentBody [toutpt]
- update masonry to v2.0.110927 and imagesLoaded plugin to v1.0.4 [toutpt]
1.0b2 - (2011-04-07)
- add jquery.imagesloaded plugin to fix images handling in masonry [toutpt]
1.0b1 - (2011-02-24)
- Initial release