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  • #65

    wknuvers
    Participant

    Dear Michael,

    the simple tool works exactly how I would like it to: at the backend make some (sub)folders and use your tool to offer this to my site visitor. However, I have only two choices: list and table. Table looks fine for me, but I would rather like to use the following as in my Windows Explorer : then, I only see main folders at first, when I click a folder I get one or more subfolders, and so on. Now, using your tool, I directly see all subfolders as well which could be annoying when I use 5 or 6 nested levels. When I try list, I do not get dropdown at all.

    Do you have a solution for this? (you might look at my test www2.vialle.nl, button <Particulier>, <Test Download Mappen Dealers>, it will perhaps make more clear what I mean.

    Thanx.

    #960

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    Hi wknuvers,

    Thanks for purchasing and using my plugin. I visited your site, and the plugins acts perfectly normal, as I designed it to act. I don't see a version for list to test it out on your site. I just see the table. Maybe you can place a second instance on the page with the same settings as the table, but instead, specify list as the method. So, it would look something like:

    {easyfolderlistingpro method='list'}

    It should work just like my demo site: http://bit.ly/gmcERV

    #961

    wknuvers
    Participant

    

    Mike,

    I changed accordingly. Under Particulier button you now have the 2 options. Your "List" listing in the bottom seems to be what I'm looking for (under stories I can see subfolders, so this one behaves like a "normal" windows explorer).

    #962

    Michael Gilkes
    Keymaster

    Hi wknuvers,

    I had a look at your page. It behaves like it should, except or the indentation. Apparently, the template.css (on line 33) removes the padding for UL tags. This removes the indentation that you normally get to distinguish subolders. You can easily remedy this by editing the styles.css file that is located in plugins -> content -> plg_easyfolderlistingpro_files -> css. Just add the following:

    Code:
    .eflpro_lists ul
    {
        padding-left: 40px !important;
    }

    The !important isn't really necesary, but it ensures that you will override any attempt to alter the padding-left value for ul tags inside of elfpro_lists by any other css script.

    Hope this helps

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