Last post May 02, 2005 06:25 AM by Dunkelzahn
Apr 29, 2005 10:24 AM|Dunkelzahn|LINK
I´m writing a custom module which will display a bunch of different views of data. So I´ve created one control for every view I need and so it works fine. I tried both, placeholder and keywords, to show these controls, but just because of the growing number
of controls I have to implement some kind of navigation menu.
So, as DotNetNuke allready has a menu which is used and which kan be skinned it would be a good way to use this menu for the different controls. But I was only able to put the whole module onto a tab. Is there a way to put different controls of one module
onto different tabs to create a menu structure?
Thanks for your help
Apr 29, 2005 06:50 PM|Nocturnal|LINK
Apr 30, 2005 09:14 AM|rodneyjoyce|LINK
May 02, 2005 06:25 AM|Dunkelzahn|LINK
How did you solve it so far?
At the moment I´m using a custom linklist on the left side, build dynamically into a placeholder, but that´s only until I find a better solution. Meanwhile there are more then 15 different pages with around 30-35 different controls on it. So I really need
some kind of navigation and the linklist is definetly not a good solution, as it doesn´t really fit into the skin.
I`m thinking about a different Navigation-Module for this, and this navigation module will create custom navigation-links. The only information it needs ist the tabid. Then I could use keywords to switch between the different views.
What do you think about this?
And if I go further, has anybody ever tried to create some interaction or communication between different modules?