sfBreadNav2Plugin - 1.1.3

Navbar and breadcrumb generator with backend manager

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BreadNav2 Plugin

BreadNav2 works with symfony 1.2, sfGuardPlugin and propel 1.3's built in nested sets. Allows the mangagment of a navigational tree for the purpose of generating a bread crumb and credential controlled menu. Drop down menu is css based for search engine compatibility and easy customization. Features include unlimited number of menus, so you can create seperate menus for frontend and backend apps and render multiple menus for a single app. After making any changes to the menu be sure to clear the cache if you have application caching enabled. The breadcrumb and nav menu will be cached when allowed. Supports i18n

Requirements

Symfony 1.2

sfGuardPlugin

Propel 1.3

Installation

  • Install plugin

    $ symfony plugin:install sfBreadNav2Plugin
    $ php symfony propel:build-all
    $ php symfony plugin:publish-assets
    $ php symfony cc
    

Configuration

  • Setting up admin panel.

    In your backend add sfBreadNavAdmin module to your settings.yml

    Example

    all:
      .settings:
        enabled_modules:        [default, sfGuardGroup, sfGuardUser, sfGuardPermission, sfBreadNavAdmin]

    http://localhost/backend.php/sfBreadNavAdmin First you need to create a menu, the name is used to identify the menu in the templates. Next define a home page. If you wish to hide this button simply give an unused credential such as hide. Each node requires a name and module; actions and credentials are optional. Also any valid URL or route can be subsituted for a module. To hide a menu button for people not logged in set the credential to authenticated. Credentials do not cascade so you can apply them to nodes individually and orphaned nodes will propogate up. The catch all flag is used to select a default bread crumb for any actions in a module without their own nav bar entry.

  • Setting up bread crumb

    Add the following line to your template body.

    <?php include_partial('sfBreadNav/breadcrumb', array('menu' => 'menu_name')) ?>
  • Setting up the navigation menu

    Add the following to your template body.

    <div id='navmenu'>
    <?php include_partial('sfBreadNav/navmenu', array('menu' => 'menu_name')) ?>
    </div>

    Add the following to your template head.

    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="screen" href="/sfBreadNav2Plugin/css/menuh.css" />
  • Plugin permissions

    Make sure the plugin permissions are set in the config/Configuration.class.php file.

    public function setup(){
      $this->enablePlugins('sfPropelPlugin');
      $this->enablePlugins('sfGuardPlugin');
      $this->enablePlugins('sfBreadNav2Plugin');
    }