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Hi, after a bit thinking of the problem, and did some research I ended up with the following 2 documentations: http://www.onehippo.com/en/resources/blogs/2013/05/best-practice-for-document-metadata-with-hippo-cms.html http://www.onehippo.org/library/concepts/document-types/how-to-structure-your-da
Hi Tobi, Yes it should be an overview page. 2015. augusztus 3., hétfő 9:13:55 UTC+2 időpontban t.jeger a következőt írta: > > Hi David, > > I don't really get your use case. If you show multiple documents under the > same URL, it is supposed to be some kind of overview page? If not, it seems >
Hi, Actually it turned out it hasn't solved the issue. But finally I have it working. Important thing in Angular2 is the "." char for the path of the template. The base href defines under which path the app is running. This I haven't set before unfortunately as I just realized that the cms
Thanks Bert and Mahesh - that works now. Thanks Ashil On Monday, August 3, 2015 at 8:01:49 AM UTC+1, b.leunis wrote: > > On Fri, Jul 31, 2015 at 4:57 PM, <a.p...@loyalty.co.uk> wrote: > >> Hi Mahesh >> >> This works if i'm referencing an image which is part of the document >> bean, but for an
Hi David, I don't really get your use case. If you show multiple documents under the same URL, it is supposed to be some kind of overview page? If not, it seems to me that "internal" links to some or all of these documents wouldn't work, because not each document has its own URL. To show
On Fri, Jul 31, 2015 at 4:57 PM, <a.p...@loyalty.co.uk> wrote: > Hi Mahesh > > This works if i'm referencing an image which is part of the document bean, > but for an image I've added as a component parameter I can't seem to access > any of the variants. > If you have only the repository path to