sLink is a simple snippet that can be used to generate xhtml markup links / anchors in your resource. sLink takes several parameters and can grab data from a resource specified, or use simple strings for the title and link text
Version 1.0-rc is the initial release for this snippet and uses the following parameters:
* &to - document ID or url to link to [required] * &title - resource field (for resources) or string to use for the title (hover text) * [pagetitle|menutitle|longtitle|introtext|description|custom string] [default: longtitle] * &link - resource field (for resources) or string to use for the link text * [pagetitle|menutitle|longtitle|introtext|description|custom string] [default: menutitle] * &name - value for name attribute, used to create in-page anchors [optional] * &class - value for the class attribute for css [optional] * &debug - debugging level: * 0: off (error means no output) * 1: on, showing the amount of errors only (default) * 2: advanced, shows the error information as well as parameter values
Install via Package Management.
The snippet code may be available from the forum - all you need to do is copy/paste the snippet code into a new snippet named "sLink" and you're good to go.
- First seen
- Supported databases
- Minimum MODX Requirement
|MODX.com||1.0-rc1||2010-10-25 (8 years ago)|
We've also seen 1 unverified versions of sLink in use, but don't list those as we've been unable of confirming they are official releases from an official source.