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Page tree

The page tree displays all the pages  from the root. A link to the page tree is added to the slider/AdminBar, so it's always with you in Admin mode. The page tree comes in handy when you are creating a new style or a new navigation. I have updated the WebGUI 7 Bookmarks Toolbar so you can also have a link to the page tree in you browser that works in every WebGUI  7 website - with this page tree package - without changing the style template.

The page tree is just a page with a navigation on it. It checks if the page is a container and displays only those. (so: also folders and dashboards) It displays a page icon in front. A click on this icon displays a context menu. There you can edit, cut, etc the page. The page is a link to itself. Behind the page title is an icon to open it in a new window. If a page is a hidden page, this is indicated. 

To make the page tree easily accessable I added an extra panel to the slider/adminBar called 'additions'. There I created a link to the homepage and to the page tree. 

To add this extra panel I modified the DHTML Admin Bar template. To use this template you should add the assetId of this template to the Admin Bar Macro in your website's style: ^AdminBar(HpL1i5L6Av5N2eELwjdIoA);. A demo-style based on the default style of WebGUI 7 is added to the package to demonstrate this. 

I wonder if what I did is the best way to do this. Feedback is appreciated.

System RequirementsPlease be advised: this contribution was tested with something older than WebGUI 7.5. When this contribution was uploaded there was no field for the author to fill out regarding it's requirements.
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