|Iniciado por marcov, 08,jun. 2021 09:33 - 6 respuestas|
Publicado el 08,junio 2021 - 09:33
is it possible to build a menu similar to the one in the image?
when the button is pressed, the menu changes shape, becomes "slim" or expands.
Publicado el 08,junio 2021 - 14:20
one way of din that is by using a looper with different fields being visible depending on the current 'mode'
and of course, you can change the width of the looper with the ..width property
You can build a fully dynamic menu that way, with all the content defined in the backoffice
Publicado el 10,junio 2021 - 11:43
Publicado el 11,junio 2021 - 16:07
to view the insertion form after clicking on the table, what should I do?
do I have to recreate another page with the menu too or is there a faster way?
Publicado el 11,junio 2021 - 16:27
you can put the menu in a page template, and use that template in all your pages (that's the most classic/old way)
You can also have the right side of your page as an iframe and display all the secondary pages in it
You can also have the right side of your page as a cell with multiple planes and build all your 'pages' in it (one page website)
And that's just from the top of my head... I'm sure there are several other ways.
the choice depends on many factors: awp or classic/session mode, SEO necessary or not, direct access to some pages necessary or not, etc...
Publicado el 11,junio 2021 - 17:07
it will not be a site but a software (WEB), so I would say a session and no SEO will be needed,
which solution would you use?
Publicado el 12,junio 2021 - 11:57
For a web software, I would start by using the one page site methodology, even if I end up with a few different pages at the end (by exemple if there are groups of people doing completely different things on the site, it may be better to have one page per group, with a login page before that will open the righ one per user.
The one page site, if implemented correctly, is nearly as fast to load initially, and is much faster to use afterwards, so the user experience is much better...
of course, be ready in that case to use a LOT of ajax, and to be very careful when and where you load the data.