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Implemented Category pages with content

Discussion in 'Showcase Closed Suggestions' started by ibenick, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. ibenick

    ibenick Member Showcase

    It would be awesome to have category pages where we can actually put some unique content instead of just a listing of the items in that category. Pretty much exactly like an item page but without comments and instead a listing of all the items in that category.

    So for example, if I had a Category for Yellowstone National Park and then a bunch of hiking trails in Yellowstone as items, it would be nice to be able to provide a nice overview on Yellowstone's category page and then allow people to see the list of items below.
  2. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    This is actually not a bad idea and is actually something that I've tossed around a time or two.
  3. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    sneak peek at what's coming :)


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  4. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    Just a note in case someone wants to bring it up. I went the HTML route in favor of the TinyMCE Editor route mainly because Core XenForo does not support the use of the Editor in the Admin CP (as per Mike). Until such time as core xf supports it, I won't be supporting it either. This also (IMHO) gives you more flexibility than being bound to the TinyMCE Editor (which I can't stand lol). Anyway, just an advanced note as to why I went one way vs the other.
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  5. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    Added a new field (category_content_title) which allows you to create your own title bar text for the Category Content Module instead of "About Category Name". If you leave the Title blank, the module will render without a title bar.
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