And last, print out our vars with an if statement on the avatar so that we don't blow up our page if the user does not have one.
And then also, a simple call to the u Name var from the User Info object.
Now, it may be advisable(depends on your server) to add your global "BASE_URL" and even append that with the global "DIR_REL" vars in front of the get Image Path if your site is within a sub directory like so: All done! You created a new view of the content block, and you added some author info in front of or after the content within that view.
To do this, we will need to call on some globally loading "knowns" that load with every page, however, not the easiest to understand and work with.
I will do my best ;-) First, we load in the page collection as a globally accessible var "$c".
If the feed contains images, the first one will be displayed.
Each directory contains a file that you can customize, or you can override them in individual block Design CSS.
We recommend turning on the highest video quality possible and making the video full screen.
Both of these controls are visible at the bottom right corner of the player after the video has been started.Concrete5 is a content management system that runs portions of the Museum web site.Concrete5 uses a concept called "blocks" that are essentially containers for different types of content on a web page.Second, copy the view.php, view.css, and/or from the core content block folder, and then paste those into your new owner_vars folder. Lets presume that you read through my last tutorial and know how to go add a custom user var in the backend.If you wanted to, you could add other user vars and associate them to collections/pages.These videos will show you how to work with blocks (creating, moving, deleting) and the different kinds of blocks available (content, videos, forms, image galleries, etc).