[typo] Ajax in Sidebar Plug-in Admin Interface
steve.longdo at gmail.com
Tue Mar 21 11:47:54 EST 2006
+1 It would be great if sidebars could have more than just the "content
the sidebars outside of the controller loaded context things get icky.
Probably why they are so hard to test.
I think if Piers refactored sidebar code comes to be then doing this will be
a lot easier.
On 3/21/06, Piers Cawley <pdcawley at bofh.org.uk> wrote:
> "Chris Saylor" <cwsaylor at gmail.com> writes:
> > The drag and drop portion is working fine. It just doesn't communicate
> > back to the method I have defined in my plugin controller.
> And it won't do; it's a function of how sidebars work; the only
> actions they can respond to are configure and content, and those are
> pretty constrained.
> > What I'm actually trying to do is create a page menu plugin. The drag
> > and drop is for sorting the pages in the menu. I'm actually thinking
> > the sorting functionality would be better put in the show pages admin
> > screen, and the order field stored in the content table. What do you
> > think?
> Umm... I've always just used a static sidebar for my links to
> pages. If belongs anywhere, it belongs in a plugin rather than
> complicating the admin interface any further. But, right now, you
> can't do what you want.
> When the trac's up, we need to add an "allow sidebar plugins to respond
> to more actions than just 'content' and 'configure'" ticket with a
> quick discussion of what you're trying to do. Probably marked as for
> 4.x/5.0 I'm afraid.
> Piers Cawley <pdcawley at bofh.org.uk>
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