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Raúl Juárez
@rauljrz
@vaughanwatson wtf?
Eli Mellen
@eli-oat
@vaughanwatson I think using service worker is your best bet there. http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/service-worker/introduction/
redtide
@redtide
I'm trying to create a multilanguage site. In my test I created 3 dirs in content directory and also removed the main 1-home and 2-about dirs since I don't need them. I can reach my pages at /[lang]/[some dir]/[doc] (e.g. /it/docs/mypage) exept for english. I can reach the main page at / but not subdirs (/en/docs/mypage and /docs/mypage are not reachable, only /mypage.txt file can be displayed).
Mark Seuffert
@markseu
Do you use the MultiLanguageMode?
redtide
@redtide
when I wrote I have not seen the language guide, so now yes I tried it but I have issues because I would like to have a simple subfolder approach (no need to switch language) so I would like to have /en/some/dir and /it/same_or_different/stuff, so I would like to get rid about number-prefixed home and about and reach docs from urls like they are on filesystem but I suppose this is not possible
redtide
@redtide
in the end I would like to replace the static js based MDwiki with Yellow, having something similar to this page, so a separated custom responsive navigation (a new yellow plugin?) and filesystem based urls. I just need to understand what I need to do it
Mark Seuffert
@markseu
No problem, you can create any URL you want. Please make sure to create subfolders in your content folder. Not in your home folder. For more information see #159
redtide
@redtide
that is what I did (with and without number prefixes) since I deleted home and about folders, so I use content/[lang]/path/to/something but it seems to not to work with english (also if I set any language in config, english or not)
Mark Seuffert
@markseu
I suggest to keep the home folder, your website needs some sort of start page.
redtide
@redtide
I see, but I see also that I can't use content dir as home (content/page.txt instead content/1-home/page.txt) and a site.url/ points to content/en/docs/page.txt instead of content/page.txt. Is there a way to replace the current behaviour with a custom one?
Mark Seuffert
@markseu
Send me an email and I see what I can do :smile:
redtide
@redtide
ok, thanks :+1:
redtide
@redtide
I'm doing a custom bootstrap/bootswatch plugin/theme for yellow and I would like to remove the sitelogo and name from the header and move it in the navbar: do I have to change header.php or is there a way to do it on a custom file? Is there some documentation for this kind of customizations? TIA
Bogus curry
@BogusCurry
Good Morning ;D
I have the CMS install, but when I will editier, so becomes a file not found in the webbrowser
Bogus curry
@BogusCurry
my problem is fixed ;D
intermedion
@intermedion
I would like to use yellow for a photography site with galleries and multiple albums sitting under the gallery. Each album is a page of thumbs that link to a full size photo shown in a lightbox. So for instance, the thumbs on https://datenstrom.se/ideas/ would be the "gallery" and link to lower level pages each of which displays individual album thumbs . The individual "album" pages look and function like the current https://datenstrom.se/ideas/ page. Is this possible with the current release of yellow?
intermedion
@intermedion
Further to my question above, one problem I found with the current version is that apparently it is not possible to place and traverse album folders under /media/images/. I am wondering if this is a limitation of the current version? I tried to reference albums created in /media/images/album1 or /media/images/album2 as follows: <!-- [![Alt text](/album1/album1.jpg)](/album1/gallery/) --> but I got a "file not found" error...
Mark Seuffert
@markseu
You can create multiple pages. Add a gallery to each page with something like [gallery album1/.*jpg - 20%].
Mark Seuffert
@markseu
Your second questions is a little bit tricky with Markdown. Let's assume your first page is called album-number-1... then you can add a link with thumbnail with e.g. [[image album1/album1.jpg "Album number 1" - 20%]](album-number-1).
intermedion
@intermedion
Wonderful! It works! The limitation was not in yellow, but in my understanding of Markdown :-) Thank you!
Mark Seuffert
@markseu
Here to help :smile:
Pablo Ruiz Teneb
@pablopax_twitter
buuu ihave a problem to install
i try to test but only view a blank page...and now i havea internal error http://www.tipografico.cl/yellow/
intermedion
@intermedion
Is it possible to install each yellow theme in its own folder, under themes? Something like this: themes/theme1 themes/theme1/assets themes/theme1/snippets/ themes/theme1/templates, then theme2 is installed in its themes/theme2/ folder, etc. Also, is it possible to have the assets folder organized like /themes/theme1/assets/js/ ../assets/css/ ../assets/img/ ../assets/fonts/ These changes would make it easier to organize and keep track of individual themes and their components, especially when testing various site designs and themes. Maybe we could set a config variable that points to the theme to use from the individual themes located under the "themes" folder...
Mark Seuffert
@markseu
No, this is not possible at the moment. Yes, your assets can be split up into subfolders. For example system/themes/assets/default/css/ and system/themes/assets/default/img/.
BarryMac
@barrymaccee
Is it possible, or could you recommend a script(s) I could modify (or whatever way possible) - to upload pics/images from a local computer (or from the likes of Dropbox), directly to the images folder on the Webserver/Yellow?Of course I can easily ftp them myself but for a friend with little computer knowledge I wish to setup a hidden page (off the menu) where they can do the above simply and easily. BTW Yellow is absolutely brilliant and zen-like, very impressive, thank you!
Juh
@nibreh
@barrymaccee Hi - I can suggest this three simple scripts written in PHP, this is only one file to add in media folder: first is https://github.com/jcampbell1/simple-file-manager (problem: there is no confirm when you delete, be careful or check the fork)
and the third is https://github.com/muchweb/simple-php-upload - check the demo
Juh
@nibreh
@barrymaccee By the way, if you want access to your php script like this http://url.domain/media/ after you put it in your media folder , just add index.php to the line DirectoryIndex in .htaccess file. Correct me if I'm wrong. Hope this can be useful.
BarryMac
@barrymaccee
Hi Juh @nibreh, Thanks a lot for your suggestions. I played around with the scripts this morning and ended up getting the first one you listed, simple-file-manager, working - I used a forked version as you hinted. The main problem areas was setting the permissions on the folders for read/write. In fact the first script worked because it has the ability to create a new folder which is automatically read/write enabled. Despite enabling read/write on the relevant folders for the other scripts I could not get them to accept/download an image. Anyway I'm delighted to have this ability now to upload images within Yellow. Perhaps someone will write or adapt a script as a plugin as I think this is a fundamental feature to have in a CMS. As you can guess I'm just an enthusiastic amateur/newbie when it comes to coding. Thanks again, Juh.
intermedion
@intermedion
I want to create a gallery page with thumbnails representing multiple photo albums. Each album name is the name of the folder where the respective album photos are store. Each thumbnail is a also a link to the folder, so when I click on it a page shows up with thumbs from that folder. Apparently I can do most of the above with the following code: [image album1/album.jpg "Album1" - 200 200] My question is, how can I get the album name as a caption under the thumbnails?
intermedion
@intermedion
I meant this code [[image album1/album.jpg "Album1" - 200 200]](album1) I could not edit the previous post - delay for edition in Gitter is too short...
Mark Seuffert
@markseu
intermedion
@intermedion
I tried [preview /album1/ album1 150], with an album1.jpg in the image folder, also in the album1 folder. Neither worked, I get the message: Something went wrong. Preview '/album1/album1.jpg' does not exist! This is an example of what I am trying to do: http://www.plogger.org/demo/
intermedion
@intermedion
The gallery plugin would do the last part, showing the thumbs for the individual album, as per the yellow gallery plugin demo. I confess though that I do not yet know how the photoswipe lightbox is added. I can see the generated page source code, but none of the plugins I looked at include the demo source code. That would help as it would make very clear how to set up things for each plugin.
Mark Seuffert
@markseu
Here are two examples [preview] and [preview /gallery/ - 150]. The first argument of the preview shortcut is the location of the gallery. This should create a preview of your photo albums at /gallery/ with links to the individual photo album pages, for example /gallery/album1 and /gallery/album2. Each photo album page can use the [gallery] shortcut. Hope this helps.
intermedion
@intermedion
Thank you for the help. However, for some reasons it does not work for me. I tried it setting up this directory structure under images: /gallery/album1/ and /gallery/album2/ I also have album1.jpg and album2.jpg under the albums. It does not work. I get this message: "Something went wrong. Preview '/gallery/' does not exist!"
intermedion
@intermedion
Actually, I also tried the yellow blogsite theme which shows the previews. If does not work for me. This is on a localhost setup with the default yellow setup. The other themes and plugins work, but not the preview plugin. I'll keep trying.
Mark Seuffert
@markseu
Send me an email, if you want me to have a look. :smile:
intermedion
@intermedion
Thank you Mark, I'm pretty sure I have something wrong in my setup. I'll try the yellow-dev setup instead, that seems to work well on my localhost and shows the previews as well.
Mark Seuffert
@markseu
You can always upload a Yellow website to Github, then people can have a look. Sometimes it's hard to diagnose what the problem is without looking at the files. The preview plugin is just one way to do what you want, another alternative is writing the HTML code for the "gallery overview page" yourself. If you're interested in customizing your website with HTML, see https://developers.datenstrom.se/help/yellow-templates
Stephan Weinhold
@StephanWeinhold
Hi there! I'm so glad I found yellow! I've tweaked it a bit - but there's one thing I haven't figured out yet: can I make my blog the root-site? Thanks in advance!
Stephan Weinhold
@StephanWeinhold
Ok, I've got it - should have had a look into the content-folder :)
Mark Seuffert
@markseu
Stephan Weinhold
@StephanWeinhold
Thanks!