How to Use Include Files in Templates – SilverStripe CMS

One of the thing you want to use as an included template files is mostly 2nd level menu (sidebar menu).

Include files must be in themes/yourtemplatename/templates/Includes folder it’s the same level as Layout folder.

2nd level menu example code u add to themes/yourtemplatename/templates/Includes/Menu2.ss: Learn More

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WordPress Plugin Spotlight for April 2013: Buddypress

BuddyPress lets users sign-up and start creating profiles, posting messages, making connections, creating and interacting in groups, and much more. A social network in a box, BuddyPress lets you easily build a community for your company, school, sports team, or other niche community.

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Editing Files from the MODX Manager’s Top Menu

Suppose you have some files on your MODX site that you edit often. I’m always hacking away at the main .CSS file, .htaccess, and sometimes a few JavaScript files. It’s a pain to keep going to the Files tab, waiting for the File tree to render, finding your file, and clicking on it. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to get there directly from the Manager’s Top Menu? It’s actually very easy to set this up, and you don’t have to write any code.

Creating the “My Files” Top Menu Item Learn More

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