Thu, 13 Sep 2001 10:15:34 +0100
I've tried the breadcrumbs macro - it works - but it misses out the lowest
level in the hierarchy (i.e the home page). For example, I have a site
called lCIL (Lothian Centre for Independent Living) - if I am in the
training section I would like it to read:
lcil | Training
with the current macro it reads:
Which adds little in terms of context.
Is there a quick fix?
on 12/9/01 5:39 pm, David A. Bayly at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I have one, its in my public domain root - bayly.root and is called
> mailaextras.breadcrumsb. It needs to be enabled as a macro.
> Download from links on this page <http://www.udena.ch/baylys/help/>
>> Has anyone written a navigation macro/plugin for Manila that produces
>> 'breadcrumbs' type navigation like on Yahoo? e.g.
>> Business and Economy > Business to Business > Communications and Networking
>>> Internet and World Wide Web >
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