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  • Overview of Site Map Path control
  • Control in a static, dynamic, AWP and PHP page
  • Creating a Site Map Path control
  • Creating a Site Map Path control
  • Configuring a Site Map Path control
  • Tip
  • Using templates
  • Site map path and types of pages
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Overview of Site Map Path control

Control in a static, dynamic, AWP and PHP page

The "Site Map Path" control corresponds to a series of links allowing the Web user to go back into the logical tree structure of a site.
The content of this control is built dynamically when navigating "down" into the site.
Typically, you will have the ability to create menus such as: Camera >> Photo >> Digital >> Reflex.
Versions 16 and later
PHP The "Site Map Path" control is now available for the PHP sites.
New in version 16
PHP The "Site Map Path" control is now available for the PHP sites.
PHP The "Site Map Path" control is now available for the PHP sites.
Creating a Site Map Path control

Creating a Site Map Path control

To create a Site Map Path:
  1. In the page editor, click (or select "Insert .. Control .. Site map path").On the "Creation" pane, in the "Navigation" group, click "Site map path".
  2. Click the position where the control will be created in the page. The control is automatically created. In the editor, the site map path appears in the following format:
To display the control characteristics, select "Description" from the popup menu of control.
The "Details" tab of the control description allows you to:
  • define the character for separating the different element of the site map path
  • define whether the last element of a site map path is a link.

Configuring a Site Map Path control

To configure a Site Map Path control:
  1. Display the control description ("Description" from the popup menu of the control).
  2. In the "General" tab, click the "Edit the site map path" button.
  3. The window for configuring the site map path is displayed. See Building and modifying the navigation plane for more details.
  4. Validate the site map path.
  5. The "Site Map Path" control is configured to be used on the different pages of your site.
Note: The different elements of a "Site map path" control can be handled and modified by programming with the Site Map Path functions of WLanguage.
Tip

Using templates

If your site is using a template, we advise you to create the site map path of your site according to the page template. Therefore, all the pages that use the template will be automatically refreshed and will use the site map path.

Site map path and types of pages

The site map path must contain:
  • dynamic WEBDEV pages only.
  • static pages and/or AWP pages.
  • Versions 16 and later
    PHP pages.
    New in version 16
    PHP pages.
    PHP pages.
By programming, you have the ability to mix up the types of pages.
Minimum required version
  • Version 10
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