Changes between Version 7 and Version 8 of ContentDistributionSystem

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01/14/07 22:30:17 (14 years ago)
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benoitg
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Document SmartyTemplate? and ShoutBox?

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  • ContentDistributionSystem

    v7 v8  
    6565  * Stylesheet 
    6666 * !RssAggregator 
    67  * UIShoutBox 
     67 * !ShoutBox 
    6868 
    6969== !ContentGroup == 
     
    118118Allows displaying another web page in a configurable portion of the portal. 
    119119 
    120 == IFrameREST (DEPRECATED!) == 
    121 Use a SmartyTemplate, which is much more powerful. 
     120== IFrameREST (DEPRECATED, will be removed!) == 
     121Use a !SmartyTemplate, which is much more powerful. 
    122122 
    123123== Langstring and !TrivialLangstring == 
     
    126126Note that simple HTML markup is allowed in Langstrings. 
    127127 
    128 ==  HTMLeditor == 
     128== HTMLeditor == 
    129129A Langstring with a WYSIWYG GUI for creating HTML markup. 
    130130 
    131131== !SmartyTemplate == 
     132Uses the [http://smarty.php.net/ Smarty template engine] to create content that uses variables from the auth server (usernames, node name, node id, etc).  It's an extremely powerfull way to integrate with other web systems.  There is online help available in the admin interface. 
     133 
    132134== Stylesheet == 
     135Allows adding custom CSS Stylesheets to node, content, etc. 
     136 
    133137== !RssAggregator == 
    134 == UIShoutBox == 
     138A very powerfull RSSAggregator based of Feedpressreview.  Extensive online help is available in the admin interface. 
     139 
     140== !ShoutBox == 
     141Note that unlike other content types, this one actively interacts with the users.  It implements the Shoutbox use case.  It's current feature set is still minimal (as of 2007-01-14): 
     142 * Allows users to post short messages on the portal, directly from the portal. 
     143 * Other users on the portal will see the last 5 messages. 
     144 * It will check that the user is physically connected to the Hotspot before allowing them to post. 
     145 * Allows adding custom Javascript in the button's onclick, for example to copy the message to a remote website. 
     146