I love CCHost and appreciate all of the hard and inventive work you all
have been putting into it. I hope through using it, that I can do a
small part in testing things out.
I am hoping in the meantime, that someone might enlighten me as to the
best way of going about something I'd like to accomplish. I see that
the link attached to the Remix Nav Tab
http://mysite.com/?ccm=/media/view/media/remix leads to a list of all
remix files that have been uploaded, but I'm having trouble doing the
same for other categories I've created such as Videos and Covers. The
system has automatically labeled them as userform1 and userform2,
respectively when I added new forms, but I have no idea what tags the
system is recognizing for those files. Nothing I try as far as
substituting various words in place of "remix" in the example above is
allowing me to pull up a list of uploads in either category.
Is there a way that I can edit the system tags manually and assign them
to whatever categories I create myself, so that as in the remix example
above, the link makes sense and only the appropriate files are called
up? I ultimately want to create links that end in "cover" and "video",
just like "remix" or "all", and have the system tags be something like
"covers" and "visuals". I'm having trouble finding an answer. A link
will be fine, if you know it's already been discussed elsewhere.
Thanks for any help you can provide.
(Miss) Jaye Luckett
Visit me on the Web for Jaye Luckett & Poperratic news, album/film
releases and more. http://www.poperratic.com
My new and exciting album 'Vagus (the wandering nerve.)', was recently
released. Get it online at iTunes, Rhapsody, MusicNet, Sony Connect
and Napster. CD may be available elsewhere.
From: Victor Stone <fourstones.net@gm...> - 2007-02-27 00:48:37
On 2/26/07, Poperratic. com <doolittle@...> wrote:
> Nothing I try as far as
> substituting various words in place of "remix" in the example above is
> allowing me to pull up a list of uploads in either category.
1. Click on 'Manage Site' then 'Navigator Tab Sets'
2. Next to the 'media' tab set click on 'edit tabs'
3. Click on 'Click here to add another tab.' That should create a new tab.
4. On the row for the new tab select 'Any Match' under 'Function', and
type in 'video' under 'Name', 'Text' and 'Data'
5. Click on 'Submit'
Now you should have a 'video' tab on your page, click on that to see
if it works....