Sample Blog siteExample of a blog site
Blogs are automatically renders with blog template, CSElements, and a SiteEntry assembly (as shown in Figure 89-1).
All blog pages are buffered by defaults (except the Wrapper page). Page, which is the home page of the Community Blogs modules, is named FavorBlogs. Returns the pattern blueprint for the wrap item (FW_BlogLayout). You define the overall image of the sample blog pages and call the FW_BlogContainer template, which then opens the corresponding detail layouts for the page and for the Blog Category and Blog Asset assets.
SiteEntry is the standard set of SiteEntry that defines the wrappers parameter (including the number of scripts that can be displayed on a page simultaneously). SiteEntry of the Community Blog modules is renders by the FW_Blogwrapper CSElement. In this section, you will find information about the standard blog template, CSElements, and SiteEntry assets. They are preconfigured with standard parameter and coding that represent the sample blog pages.
The WebCenter Websites render the sample blog pages by running the executable that is associated with the sample page name. Use the sample blog pages as a template to build your own blog pages that match the look and feel of your own website. Please note: Page content cannot be divided between locations.
To use the Community Blogs engine on another CM site, you must build new blog pages for those websites. To fully customize the blog features on your websites, you can simply include the required blog coding in the component parts of your own website and tailor them to your needs.
1, "Creating Blog Pages" in Section 90, "Community Blogs: Customize blog components. "The sample pages of the blog can be found in the WebCenter Sites trees (select the Site Plan page and then Unplaced Pages). In the following, the sample pages are described: Use this page as the sample home page for the Community Blog modules and display all recently released blog entries.
On this page you can see the blog posts published by a chosen writer. You can render the blog by clicking on the author's name in the Authors section of the right hand menu. On this page you can see all blog posts published in a specific year. You can view the blog on this page by clicking the name of the current year in the archives section of the right pane.
This pages are render by the layout templates created by SW_Blog. For navigating through the pages, however, go to the sample home page (FW_RecentBlogs), as this page will initialize the parameter set necessary for the other sample blog pages. Information about the sample blog page component can be found in the following topics:
1, "Standard Blog CSElements" Section 89.2. 2, "Standard Blog SiteEntry Asset" Section 89.2. 3, "Standard Blog Templates" Section 89.2. 4, "Blog Archive More Link Functionality" By default, the Community Blogs engine provides you with CSR elements that save re-usable coding (in the format of either HTML or JSP and Java) that creates the sample blog pages.
Since the share links, for example, are shown on all three sample blog pages, an SElement (FW_Blogs/Utils/AddThisWidget) was generated for them, which contains the complete source text for the link's functions. Chart 89-1 shows and explains the standard CSR elements of the Community Blogs team. An example for the Community Blogs modules.
Render the shared hyperlink that allows users to easily split a blog between sites. Render a shortcut that invokes the default font archive blog. Render a shortcut that invokes the default HTML page named and named Render link. Gets the information for the Blog Wizard. This item can, for example, get the attribute that the blog assets inherit from their higher-level item.
Gets the full name and picture of the creator of a particular blog from the creator object of that creator (if any). Gets the kids for a specific blog parent. How do I do that? Generates the blog assets' remote urls, whose title and abstracts are displayed in the RSS feed. This item defaults to creating the URL of the WebCenter sites locally.
" Gets the last blog posts and provides a link to their detail pages. SiteEntry of the Community Blog modules presents a sitelet and is linked to the FW_Wrapper CSElement, which is the source item that creates the sample page wrap. SiteEntry of the Community Blog modules sets the blogperpage pagepage pagelet argument, which determines the number of blog pages that can be viewed simultaneously on a page.
Worksheets 89-2 list the standard Pagelet control options for the FW_BlogWrapper SiteEntry assets. Name of the website where you used to install the Community Blog modules. This number of logs per page is transferred as a blogperpage argument from the FW_BlogWrapper SiteEntry assets. When nothing is specified, the defaults to 10 are used to specify the number of blog entries per page.
See Section 90.2 for directions on how to set the number of simultaneous blog posts that can be viewed on your site's blog pages. 4, "Add blog parameters to the SiteEntry asset of your website. Community Blog's plugin provides you with standard layouts that represent the sample blog pages. Clicking on a hyperlink calls the corresponding page to display the contents.
When you click the More for a specific blog entry button, for example, the associated detail view displays the full contents of the entry. Your website's page layouts are represented by your own header and footer, navigational and contents container. In order to include blog pages in your website, you can include the required coding specified in the Community Blogs module's standard Community Blog plugins in your website plugins.
Tables 89-3 list and provide information about the standard Community Blog template modules. Is used to display the blog (s) currently displayed on the Blog Archive page. Is used to rendered the blog (s) appearing on the Blog by Autor page. Is used to display the entire contents of a chosen blog. Is used to display the blog category listings made in the Category section of the right pane.
Is used to display the blog home page, which shows all recently posted blog entries. Is used to call the detail template. Is used to call the detail template. Is used to call the detail template. Is used to display the primary layouts of the sample blog pages. is used to display the logSummaryRSS. Is used to enumerate the summary of each blog assets.
A blog asset's executive summaries include the headline, abstracts, full name of the writer and picture, date and hour. Is used to display the blog categorie related hyperlinks. Is used to display the blog hyperlinks. There is a navigational hyperlink for each detail page, which opens all internal items (last articles, categories, authors and archives).
There is a navigational hyperlink for each detail page, which opens all internal items (last articles, categories, authors and archives). There is a navigational hyperlink for each detail page, which opens all internal items (last articles, categories, authors and archives). There is a navigational hyperlink for each detail page, which opens all internal items (last articles, categories, authors and archives).