A Plone page that can contain portlets
After installing this product, you will be able to add a “Portlet Page”.
This is like a standard Plone Page, but it also has a “Manage portlets” tab, from which you may assign portlets into four slots. The portlets will be shown on the main view of the content.
Use of other content data like title, description and body text can be avoided, making the Portlet Page simply a portlet container.
This product is great for providing to your Plone sites a tool for building the site homepage, or the home for a site subsection.
Other Plone users like creating homepage using Collage.
Add the collective.portletpage eggs in your buildout.cfg configuration file (see also the Plone buildout documentation):
[instance] ... eggs= ... collective.portletpage
For reporting issues or ask for new features, please refer to the product issue tracker
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Plone 5 compatibility. Drop compatibility Plone < 4.0. Note: it’s not compatible with plone.app.mulilingual yet. [tomgross]
Include manage-portlet.js to handle portlets management in Plone 4.3 [ale-rt]
Add a data-portlethash attribute to be compliant with Plone 4.3 behavior [ale-rt]
Restored text field in the content view [keul]
Fixed MANIFEST file [keul]
Do not break content view when a portlet is missing, but skip it (as Plone columns do) [keul]
Fix permission for “Manage Portlets” action. Now, the green edit-bar is only shown to users with appropriate permissions. [thet]
Added Spanish translation. [macagua]
German translations. [thet]
Change “Portlet Page” type registration, use actions.xml for “Manage Portlets” object tab and fix multiple buttons in edit-bar issue. [thet]
Update templates to Plone 4 style and render it in content-core macro. [thet]
PEP 8 Cleanups. [thet]
Added French translation. [bouchardsyl]
restored Plone 3 compatibility [keul]
Plone 4.1 compatibility [keul]
updated translation to be Plone 4.1 compatible; this will probably make some label untranslable on Plone 3 [keul]
changed content_meta_type from Portlet Page to PortletPage that was breaking sorting (see #8161). [keul]
removed from IPortletPage interface the subtitle field, not used anywhere. [keul]
added portletPageColumn class to every portlet column. [keul]
title field is not required anymore. [keul]
when not provided, title, description and body are not shown in the view (this partially deprecate the need of additional products like redturtle.portletpage.views). [keul]
added a CSS clear rule at the last column. [nekorin]
added a CSS rules for hack Sunburst behaviour with DD elements (see #11840) [nekorin]
do not display a portlets container if empty. [keul]
added translation support, both i18n and locales (i18n is the only way right now to translate some stuff). [keul]
changed the “Portlets” action tab to “Manage portlet”. [keul]
changes the i18n:domain of the configure.zcml of the browser module to “plone” (this is not formally right but, again, is needed for really translate views name). [keul]
expanded left or right column if one of the two is missing, filling all space available. [keul]
the Plone 4 “Hide” portlet now works also there. [keul]
updated tests to reflect changes
Add metadata.xml to the default-profile. [WouterVH]
Add MANIFEST.in [WouterVH]
using style_slot instead of css_slot (name changed in plonetheme.sunburst which is default for plone4) [fRiSi]
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