Yep.. I've been working hard on a big project using Google Search Appliance (Octopoos web agency), on the next major release of SEBLOD (ie SEBLOD 3.2.0), on SEBLOD WebServices add-on, and other cool products for the the marketplace, ... ... that's why i have not much time to be around..
Wohooo.. Web Services !...Is that mean retrieving the data without 'flowing it' through serials of plugin (content plugin, system plugin, join tables here and there).... coz these kind of things degrade the our site performance .. did i hear mobile apps from seblod powered site coming ? lol
Thank you, Saba, for your reply. I've upgraded to 3.1.4 but the issue remains. I've even tried the SEBLOD Breadcrumbs module but get the same results as the native Joomla breadcrumbs. If anyone has other ideas for what I could check on, I'd be very grateful. (Please note I've cleared cache both on server and in browser after the install.) Feel free to use the links I've posted above in the original post to see the issue.
(please ignore the non-polished lay-out and formatting on that site - it's still in a prototype phase; also ignore the two breadcrumb modules ... one is the standard Joomla and one is Seblod Breadcrumbs - I'm simply trying to point out that both modules yield the same results)
Great folks of Seblod, would there be a chance for a hint on this? The usability is terrible with the extra item (category) in the breadcrumbs. E.g. see here: http://220.127.116.11/~turnsall/index.php/trip-reports/heliotrope-ridge-11-03-2013-tr Creates breadcrumbs: Home > TR's > Trip Reports > Heliotrope Ridge Desired breadcrumbs: Home > TR's > Heliotrope Ridge The "TR's" item in the breadcrumbs is desired, the "Trip Reports" is not and will bring up a blog view of the articles within this category. Is there a way to suppress this?
I'm using Joomla 3.1.5 and Seblod 3.1.5 ... above, Saba indicated this would be fixed in Seblod 3.1.4.
Thank you so much, Alex - works like a charm. For those who may be reading this later... you must use the Seblod Breadcrumbs module (where you can select "Menu" in Options > Basic Options > Pathway), not the native Joomla module. This presents issues for non-Seblod items/extensions (e.g. Kunena, Community Builder, etc.) - so for these I use the Joomla native module. This approach requires a more granular approach rather than just enabling one Breadcrumbs module and forget about it... but the improved user experience is well worth the effort.
thank you Alex for implementing this new feature! I've been looking for it for a while now. (Did it with a Joomla Core-Hack so far by overriding the view.html.php of com_content after every update...)
Unfortunately I cannot use the Seblod breadcrumbs module so far as I am adding items to the pathway in one of my custom seblod templates. (Using fields to categorize my content and with links to search-views with the field-values)
Seems like joomla processes the seblod view first and the module afterwards, which deletes my custom pathway entires.
(additionally the pathway entries rendered by Seblod-Breadcrumbs do not render the ampercent of an article title correctly (instead of & / the html representation '&'amp;)
Any ideas? Making fields of the content types selectable as "to be added to breadcrumbs" with links to search views would be amazing :-)
I copied the default layout (mod_cck_breadcrumbs/tmpl/default.php --> mod_cck_breadcrumbs/tmpl/custom.php) and added the missing functionality which I needed. In the joomla backend I afterwards selected the alternative layout for the module.
Now I am no longer strictly following MVC, but at least I can use the standard-module instead of writing my own one.