Navigation Tags

Provides hierarchical tree navigation based on Radiant's site structure. Outputs navigation in the form of a -very flexible and CSS'able- unordered list.

Usage

<r:nav [root="/"] [depth="2"] [expand_all="true"] [ids_for_lis="true"] [ids_for_links="true"] [append_urls=".."] [prepend_urls=".."]/>

Given this directory tree: 

 * Home
 ** About
 *** Contact us
 ** Blog
 *** First Article
 *** Second Article
 ** Catalog

<r:nav /> would output a navigation list like: 

<ul>
  <li class="parent_of_current has_children"><a href="/about/">About</a>
    <ul>
      <li class="current"><a href="/about/contact">Contact Us</a></li>
    </ul>
  </li>
  <li class="has_children"><a href="/blog/">Blog</a></li>
  <li class="has_children"><a href="/catalogue">Catalogue</a></li>
</ul>

== Available tag attributes:

* ids_for_lis: 	  defaults to false, 			enable this to give each li an id
* ids_for_links: 	defaults to false, 			enable this to give each a unique id
* root: 		      defaults to "/", 	      which page to start building the navigation from
* depth: 		      defaults to 2,				  which will print out the first two levels of pages.
* expand_all: 	  defaults to false, 			enable this to have all li's create sub-ul's of their children, i.o. only the currently active li
* prepend_urls:   defaults to none        allows to add certain pages at the top of the list
* qppend_urls:    defaults to none        allows to add certain pages at the bottom of the list
* id, class, monkeyballs, ... 	          will be used as html attributes for the ul

CREDITS

  • Ryan Heneise

  • Marty Haught

  • Benny Degezelle