From: "Mike Gifford" <email@example.com>
To: "phpslash list" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2002 12:41
Subject: Re: [phpslash-users] questions about block code.
I can't give you too many specifics about how we incorporated our code
into phpSlash's blocks (as I didn't do that myself), but I've done a
fair amount of work on adding new classes, ultimately creating a CMS
which is based on phpSlash code (but doesn't follow the slash format -
rather uses the traditional hierarchical model). We wanted the code
> be multi-lingual too (and a few other things)..
What do you
mean by "traditional hierarchical model"?
Which brings me to my first
We have categories for products which are used to create the
navigation of the site. This is roughly equivalent to the
phpslash, except that they are heirarchical. I need to be
able to indicate
a block as going on any category, by specified categories,
or by excluding
specific categories. I've changed the SQL to grab from
my category table
instead of the section table in phpslash.
If I were
to go all out and integrate with the whole phpslash, I'm not sure
reconsile this modification...
> > I don't know the scope of your
project but maybe a tighter integration
> > your shopping cart
package could be a Back-End or phpSlash module.
> I do think that
there would be some interest in this within the Back-End
> community to
this type of shopping cart idea..
I think this would be great. I
have one site in which I had done some
experimentation with embeding this
shopping cart into a phpslash page and
getting the logins to sync (other than
that, though, the shop was basicaly a
The idea was to
make the cart be *optionaly* a module of phpslash (or
really). I'd like to function stand alone, but also function
module for those who want the CMS stuff too. This gets more
because I DO want the blocks stuff built in but of course as a
module this no
longer makes sense.
> There's been quite a bit of discussion lately
about how to integrate
> different coding initiatives around
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