Advanced Module Manager (FLEXIcontent -complete- support)

5 years 5 months ago #37715 by Miken

ggppdk wrote: Author of AMM said to support FC v2.0 after the final version comes out.

you can use PHP code to achieve same result (last parameter of advanced module manager)
e.g.


return (
JRequest::getCmd( 'option' ) == 'flexicontent'
&& JRequest::getCmd( 'view' ) == 'item'
&& JRequest::getInt( 'cid' ) == 34
);

Will show the module when items that belong to category with id 34 are display.

Note an FC item may appear in more than one categories

Regards


You privdenny example of the rules at me full of reason, does not work when the SEF.
The exact rules: JRequest :: getInt ('cid') returns "0" instead of the category number

Flexicontent 3.1.1 & Joomla 3.7.1

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5 years 5 months ago #37716 by Miken

ggppdk wrote: Author of AMM said to support FC v2.0 after the final version comes out.

you can use PHP code to achieve same result (last parameter of advanced module manager)
e.g.


return (
JRequest::getCmd( 'option' ) == 'flexicontent'
&& JRequest::getCmd( 'view' ) == 'item'
&& JRequest::getInt( 'cid' ) == 34
);

Will show the module when items that belong to category with id 34 are display.

Note an FC item may appear in more than one categories

Regards


You privdenny example of the rules at me full of reason, does not work when the SEF.
The exact rules: JRequest :: getInt ('cid') returns "0" instead of the category number

Flexicontent 3.1.1 & Joomla 3.7.1

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5 years 5 months ago #37717 by Miken
Myself and answer. :)

If the category is linked to a menu item. This rule also need to bind to it. Here it is:
return (
 
JRequest::getCmd( 'option' ) == 'com_flexicontent'
&& in_array(JRequest::getCmd( 'view' ), array('item','items'))
&& in_array(JRequest::getInt( 'Itemid' ), array(132))
);
Itemid - this is the id of the menu item

Maybe someone will come in handy!In general, you can add in the FAQ.

Flexicontent 3.1.1 & Joomla 3.7.1

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5 years 5 months ago #37727 by ggppdk
Hello,

if you have the Free version of AMM, then you can enter this code in the parameter
"PHP rule code"
under slider "Hide/Show Module"
(also enable the parameter "Enable Rule")

and you should have the same effect


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5 years 5 months ago #37736 by Miken
Do not write your own question there. I use a standard module Flexicontent to display. (Universal Content Module for FLEXIcontent).And above all it has been written about him.

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5 years 5 months ago #37744 by ggppdk

miken wrote: Do not write your own question there. I use a standard module Flexicontent to display. (Universal Content Module for FLEXIcontent).And above all it has been written about him.


This sounds rude,

and furthermore,
i am not sure to which question you are referring to ...


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2 years 2 months ago #64212 by ssnobben
Is the latest version of Flexicontent working with latest version of Advance Module Manager with Joomla 3.6.+?

rgds

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2 years 2 months ago #64213 by ggppdk
Hello

yes it is
then, if you have a specific issue then please open a new forum thread


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-- Add your voice to the FLEXIcontent JED listing with a 5-star review. Thanks!

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