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{builder-infopanel} Macro

Description

This macro defines where the infopanel, if required, will be shown within the theme layout.

One example of the info panel is the quick notation guide that is shown to the right of the editor in page and blogpost edit screens.

Usage

{builder-infopanel}

Note:
This macro can only be used inside panels within the theme configuration screen. You cannot use it in pages or news articles, etc.

Parameters

This macro has no parameters.

Examples

Basic Use

Add the macro to any panel in theme configuration to display the comments in that panel:

{builder-infopanel}

CSS Customisation

To follow.

Hints and Tips

To follow.

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3 Comments

  1. Unknown User (scayla)

    Is this a way to make the infopanel appear again ? I lost this panel (which should appear when editing a page) when upgrading from 3.2.2 to 3.3.2.
    I tried a builder-show whith action=edit in the RSB, but this has no effect.

    1. You should be using mode=edit not action=edit (wink)

      The infopanel however can be included without using builder-show since it will only be made visible when there is content to go in it, content can appear from a variety of sources, for instance there should be content in the info panel when viewing the user profile screen.

      The code has been developed in such a way to try and avoid the infopanel having any effect on the layout when there is no content to go into it.

      1. Unknown User (rudy@haigbarrett.com)

        Hey Alain!

        What defines what goes into the info-panel? If I wanted to make an info-panel of my own, could I do this as a template?

        I ask because I envision some of my pages showing information based on content found in the page, or labels designated to the page. So, for example, if I have a page with a "Tree" label, I would like to have a titles of blog posts also labeled "trees" sitting in the panel on the right-hand side. Is this possible with info-panel?