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kiig

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more than one 'anycontent' in Coppermine ? (2 different contents)
« on: September 22, 2004, 09:16:30 am »

Hi all.

I'd like to have 2 anycontent files on my page (well... I just do :-)  ), - and I can add 'anycontent' more than one place in the config section related to that, - which obviously works, - and I get the same content in two places..

like.. anycontent, followed by category list, followed by anycontent, followed by lastup

If I want the content do differ, - like having a anycontent1 and a anycontent2, - would anyone have any suggestions ?

I could either hardcode it in the theme templates, - or try to allow for a second keyword in the config 'list', - or try to use php variables  in the anycontent file, - doing something like
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if ($first_instance==0) { blabla first text; $first_instance=1} else {blabla, second text }which I have tried with little success

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Re: more than one 'anycontent' in Coppermine ? (2 different contents)
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2004, 09:22:17 am »

suppose you want your second anycontent to be called anycontent2

open index.php
find
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            case 'anycontent':
                if ($cat == 0) {
                    include('anycontent.php');
                }
                flush();
                break;
add after
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            case 'anycontent2':
                if ($cat == 0) {
                    include('anycontent2.php');
                }
                flush();
                break;

then insert anycontent2 into the config, like what you did with anycontent
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Re: more than one 'anycontent' in Coppermine ? (2 different contents)
« Reply #2 on: September 22, 2004, 10:17:51 am »

Wauw.... thanx a lot.. hadn't looked in the code, - but this is by far the cleanest approach. Thanx again.
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