from the squishdot-on-top dept.
After some weeks working on it, trying to make Squishdot part of my site, without filling the root folder with squishdot files, and without (argh) frames, I finally did it. I can call Squishdot from a parent folder.
A simple modification now allowed me to call Squishdot from anywhere outside the Squishdot folder.
Some of our squishdotter friends have tried this but a problem with site_url( ) made them give up. Now here goes the solution:
In Squishdot.py line 824 (site_url( )) there is the following line:
if p.meta_type == 'Squishdot Site':
We can change this to:
if p.meta_type == 'Squishdot Site' or p.meta_type == 'Folder':
It will probably be a little slower, because it'll search for Squishdot Site inside all available folders, but it have worked until now for me (2 weeks).
Well, this allows me to make a different view for our intranet site (hooking with Vision in "Customizing Squishdot" 02/21/00.
Unfortunately our intranet doesn't allow outside access, so I'll send for you just a screen shot.
That's all folks.
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