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Re: New menu navigation button to INDEX (made one here)
« on: February 05, 2005, 09:42:42 pm »

You are not stuck, if you use the breadcrumb (Home/Cat/Album etc).

The album list button does what it says, takes you to the album list of the category you are in.  And we have given instructions how to do this a few times before.

Having said that, this will be useful for some others who may not find the other posts, so I will move it to the mods board.

Thank you for your input. 
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Re: New menu navigation button to INDEX (made one here)
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2005, 02:46:35 pm »

I have searched for this mod and unable to find it. Is there a way to make this apply to all themes. The breadcrumb path is not as visible as the "Album Link".
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Re: New menu navigation button to INDEX (made one here)
« Reply #2 on: February 19, 2005, 06:03:57 pm »

this has been addressed in 1.4.

There are two buttons you can customize, one is designed by default to send you back to your index.php page and is called "HOME".  You can however modify the config to send it to any arbitrary URL.

There is a second button that is rendered before "album list" that is totally configurable, and won't display if it is not configured.

Between the two you should be able to accomplish just about anything.

The changes aren't terribly complicated, if someone were so inclined they could look at the devel cvs and backport those changes to 1.3 if they don't want to wait for 1.4.
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