#1 2011-02-16 11:22:08

Daibai
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From: Evreux - France
Registered: 2011-02-16
Posts: 3
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How to use extended fields for one type of page / article ?

Hi

Before everything else, i want to say a big thank you to the Ionize team. I follow Ionize since some months now and you rocks, guys smile

My question :

I wanted to add extended fields, but it seems that i can't choose by myself where the extended field need to appear in the admin.

What i mean is i want extended fields on one type of page / article, not all of them.

An example  :

Extended field : Book author

I want the book author field appear in articles linked to the page type "books", not in the others pages (like news, etc...).

Is there a native solution in the admin panel to do that ? 

Another question : is it possible to add dynamic field based on extended fields ? (add more than one extended field based on the same name).

Regards,

Grégory

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#2 2011-02-16 11:38:44

ukyo
Community Manager
From: Marmaris - Turkey
Registered: 2010-05-19
Posts: 734
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Re: How to use extended fields for one type of page / article ?

For first question :

You could not add extended field one type of page / article. You can add extended field for all articles or all pages or all medias.

I talked with Michel-Ange about extended field for page type or article type. He said could be in next release perhaps the 0.9.8.

Second question :

Its not possible yet.


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#3 2011-02-17 03:26:08

Michel-Ange
Ionize Core Team
From: Paris, France
Registered: 2010-03-22
Posts: 927
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Re: How to use extended fields for one type of page / article ?

@Daibai : Welcome to Ionize !

Limit Extended fields to one "type" of page or article (type of page does not exist yet, but why not ..) or to only one page could be easily implemented.

We seriously think about. It could be nice for example to link one existing extend field to another parent,, to make it also available for this parent...

A lot of insteresting things for the future !


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#4 2011-02-17 10:28:36

Daibai
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From: Evreux - France
Registered: 2011-02-16
Posts: 3
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Re: How to use extended fields for one type of page / article ?

Hi,

Yep, i've implemented the functionality yesterday (in 15 minutes, congratz for the quality of your code guys smile

For the second thing (the use of extended fields for creating dynamics fields), i need to learn some things about Mootools, but i think it will be easy to implement this functionality ).

I've planned to make a small tutorial about this on my blog (www.troispointzero.fr).

Regards,

Grégory

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#5 2011-02-18 03:21:22

aurex
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Registered: 2010-05-02
Posts: 49

Re: How to use extended fields for one type of page / article ?

Hi Daibai, can you tell me or share your modifications to do that? filter the extended fields to certain pages.
I'm thinking to do that too
Regards ;-)

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#6 2011-02-21 15:24:07

toopixel
Ionize Core Team
From: Geneva
Registered: 2010-04-20
Posts: 272
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Re: How to use extended fields for one type of page / article ?

Daibai: welcome to ionize. I can read on your blog in french "Il utilise la base de backendpro (un environnement backoffice tout près dédié à CodeIgniter)." which is absolutly not right, every component of ionize has been developped from scratch except MOCHA UI the admin interface design (which was highly hacked). Can you change that on your blog to avoid misunderstanding people coming to ionize forums asking about backendpro ?


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#7 2011-02-21 15:34:57

Daibai
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From: Evreux - France
Registered: 2011-02-16
Posts: 3
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Re: How to use extended fields for one type of page / article ?

Hi,

Sorry for this error, i will update my post as soon as possible smile

Regards

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