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Image drag'n'drop

... used for the above example. Demo article Image drag'n'drop formatter The annotation must be placed at the <img> tag itself or a surrounding div. It has always the style ${content.imageDnd[<XPath to the schema element of the image>]}. The path you get...


Image scaling

... the scaletype parameter. The tag has many more options. Please consult the taglib documentation for it. If you are offline, you may alter the parameters of the <cms:img>-tags to see what happens. All scaling configured in the formatter is done on the server-side...


Demos

... Play with OpenCms. We provide some small examples, each demonstrating a single feature. Note that many of the examples will only get "interactive" when you can manipulate them. Therefore, you need to be logged in to OpenCms and in the Offline...


Inline editing

... on the picture and see what happens. Demo Wrapper Please edit me! You can directly edit the title and this text. In the above example, we formatted the demo article content. All the inline editing "magic" is enabled in the formatter via rdfa annotations...


Article detail views

... , the other things are not. So what to put here? An idea would be to place the list of contents here inside the detailview container. If you do not want to use this page, you could also hide it in the navigation. ...


Lists and detail pages II

... in a productive site, changing the sort order should only re-render the list itself, not the whole page. A more elaborate example for an editable list is found in the Apollo demo, shipped with OpenCms 10 (see blog entries and events). Using <cms:search...


Article detail views

... , the other things are not. So what to put here? An idea would be to place the list of contents here inside the detailview container. If you do not want to use this page, you could also hide it in the navigation. ...


Lists and detail pages

... >. It takes over collector and param from the outer tag and the additional attribute editable="true" enables us to edit, add and delete list entries. The "inner" <cms:contentload>'s body is looped through for each collected content item and via...