Simple question about Radiant

hello,
I have 2 questions about radiant:
First:
I have layout with sth like this:

I make a Page and I want to put in body-left for example: Hello word!
and to body-right: Hello Hello?
how do this? becouse if I write sth it appears the same text in left and
right body
what I should do to make it work?

And the second question:
I have tree:
-Home Page
- About
- 2008
- april
- march
- january
- 2007
- december
- march
- july
- april

how to create a navigation in About page, that it will automaticly
generate menu with years and months?
like this:
2008
april
march
january
2007
december
march
july
april
I have it now like this:

<r:find url="/about">
<r:if_children>
<r:children:each>

<r:link ><r:title/></r:link>


<r:find url="/about/2008">
<r:if_children>
      <r:children:each>
       <r:link ><r:title/></r:link>
      </r:children:each>

    </r:if_children>
  </r:find>
</r:children:each>

</r:if_children>
</r:find>

but it didn’t work the way as I want:)
could anyone could help me with this?

ok, I will put sth like this to Layout:
<r:content part=“body-right” />
<r:content part=“body-left” />
and sth like this to Page for example index
<r:if_content part=“body-right”>
h2. Hello word!
</r:if_content>
<r:if_content part=“body-left”>
h2. Hello Frycu!
</r:if_content>
and it doesn’t work;/ what is wrong? or I don’t understan this…

You don’t need that second r:find because you are already scoped to
the “about” page, and r:link defaults to the page title

ok but if I don’t put this second r:find it give me only 2008 and 2007
link without months…

You don’t need that second r:find because you are already scoped to
the “about” page, and r:link defaults to the page title

ok but if I don’t put this second r:find it give me only 2008 and 2007
link without months…

sorry links works fine
thanks for this, now is only first problem;/

On May 12, 2008, at 6:47 AM, Bartłomiej Frydrych wrote:

I make a Page and I want to put in body-left for example: Hello word!
and to body-right: Hello Hello?
how do this? becouse if I write sth it appears the same text in left
and
right body
what I should do to make it work?

make appropriate page parts. r:content defaults the the “body” part
<r:content part=“your_part_name_here” />
There are some details about this here
http://wiki.radiantcms.org/Using_Radiant

 - 2007

march
<r:children:each>
</r:children:each>
</r:if_children>
</r:find>

You don’t need that second r:find because you are already scoped to
the “about” page, and r:link defaults to the page title

<r:find url="/about">
<r:if_children>
<r:children:each>

<r:link />


<r:if_children>
      <r:children:each>
       <r:link />
      </r:children:each>

    </r:if_children>
</r:children:each>

</r:if_children>
</r:find>

I haven’t really used Archive pages much, so off the top of my head I
can’t give you a code sample, but take a look at using Archive and
ArchiveMonthIndex page types

-Jim

Jim G. wrote:

On May 12, 2008, at 8:48 AM, Bartłomiej Frydrych wrote:

and it doesn’t work;/ what is wrong? or I don’t understan this…
Do those parts exist?
If you are not familiar with this, all you need to do is click on the
green plus (+) icon on whatever page you want to test and add those
parts. Then save the page and it should work.

You don’t need that second r:find because you are already scoped to
the “about” page, and r:link defaults to the page title

ok but if I don’t put this second r:find it give me only 2008 and 2007
link without months…

Do those month pages exist or are you trying to automatically generate
that list based on when the child pages have been published? Do you
have any child pages of 2008 and
2007?_______________________________________________
Radiant mailing list
Post: [email protected]
Search: http://radiantcms.org/mailing-list/search/
Site: http://lists.radiantcms.org/mailman/listinfo/radiant

ok, I do it once more and everything is fine… strange, but I’m happy
that it works:)
I have another question, what to do if I want to automaticly post
content from
- april
- march
- january
in 2008 page??

On May 12, 2008, at 8:48 AM, Bartłomiej Frydrych wrote:

and it doesn’t work;/ what is wrong? or I don’t understan this…
Do those parts exist?
If you are not familiar with this, all you need to do is click on the
green plus (+) icon on whatever page you want to test and add those
parts. Then save the page and it should work.

You don’t need that second r:find because you are already scoped to
the “about” page, and r:link defaults to the page title

ok but if I don’t put this second r:find it give me only 2008 and 2007
link without months…

Do those month pages exist or are you trying to automatically generate
that list based on when the child pages have been published? Do you
have any child pages of 2008 and
2007?_______________________________________________
Radiant mailing list
Post: [email protected]
Search: http://radiantcms.org/mailing-list/search/
Site: http://lists.radiantcms.org/mailman/listinfo/radiant

I have had this issue and was finding it on Google, luckly i got answer
and i signed up to thanks to the support and forum.

Great Help! my problem got solved.

Thanks!

Bartłomiej Frydrych wrote:

Jim G. wrote:

On May 12, 2008, at 8:48 AM, Bartłomiej Frydrych wrote:

and it doesn’t work;/ what is wrong? or I don’t understan this…
Do those parts exist?
If you are not familiar with this, all you need to do is click on the
green plus (+) icon on whatever page you want to test and add those
parts. Then save the page and it should work.

You don’t need that second r:find because you are already scoped to
the “about” page, and r:link defaults to the page title

ok but if I don’t put this second r:find it give me only 2008 and 2007
link without months…

Do those month pages exist or are you trying to automatically generate
that list based on when the child pages have been published? Do you
have any child pages of 2008 and
2007?_______________________________________________
Radiant mailing list
Post: [email protected]
Search: http://radiantcms.org/mailing-list/search/
Site: http://lists.radiantcms.org/mailman/listinfo/radiant

ok, I do it once more and everything is fine… strange, but I’m happy
that it works:)
I have another question, what to do if I want to automaticly post
content from
- april
- march
- january
in 2008 page??

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