[geeklog-users] switching blocks
tony at tonybibbs.com
Mon Mar 22 12:07:05 EST 2004
You'd have to do this in a PHP block. From there you could declare any
PHP global variables you need such as $PHP_SELF, $_REQUEST, $_GET,
$_POST or, if you are on PHP older than 4.1 $HTTP_POST_VARS and
Also you may want to look into the menu plugin that I have seen but
haven't tried as it may do this kind of stuff for you.
Either way it is very doable given somone with a little PHP kumg-fu.
Hope that helps.
Jannetta Lewis wrote:
> Hi Folks
> I hope I can explain myself adequately here - I'll give it a go ...
> Is it currently possible to switch blocks on and off based on menu
> items, or links? We want to use geeklog for our intranet (and maybe even
> our Internet site). However, we have loads of links, mainly leading to
> static pages. So I want to create one block with main menu items and
> then have another block that changes, depending on which item you have
> clicked, displaying the sub-menu items. This way, the column on the left
> with all the blocks stays nice and short. I really hate those web pages
> that scrolls down forever!
> Does that make sense to anybody?
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