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accepted Mapping navigation to content in a CMS backend
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comment Mapping navigation to content in a CMS backend
yes, that looks good, thank you!
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comment Mapping navigation to content in a CMS backend
To be more clear: navigation is used to split website into parts that supposedly deliver different kinds of data. The means of visual configuration what kind of data (articles, polls, feedback forms, catalog items etc), and what subset of that data each section will deliver is what needs to be designed.
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comment Mapping navigation to content in a CMS backend
The CMS in question combines the concepts of navigation and a page. Navigation item, called section, has its own URL, and has to be configured to pull the data to be displayed, like you said. Designing the form that would allow for such a configuration is my current problem. Technically, this data comes in form of XML from various sources, technically php methods with parameters. So, no query language here.
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comment Mapping navigation to content in a CMS backend
Sure, but this is not really relevant. Search: [This Mac] "Downloads" | [Content] File name (Save) (-), / (Type) - (PDF) / (Creation date) - (in the past) - [1] (days) / (Name) (matches) [z]
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asked Mapping navigation to content in a CMS backend