[Product-Developers] Announcing `collective.panels`
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Thu Mar 29 16:30:03 UTC 2012
I have also cover that topic in a different way with collective.masonry.
If you turn of the jquery integration of masonry you get a float series of
portlets you can then style with css in an easy way (aka
http://salon-natura.com home page). It's integration keep origin manage
portlets button of Plone and add two portlets manager.
I will try your addon, thanks Malthe for this one; Having the choice is
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Le 29 mars 2012 15:58, Luca Fabbri <luca at keul.it> a écrit :
> On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 3:51 PM, Malthe Borch <mborch at gmail.com> wrote:
> > This is a new add-on for Plone 4 which adds "panels" – rows of
> > portlet in a selected layout that can appear above- or below content
> > †.
> > Repository: https://github.com/collective/collective.panels
> > The idea is similar to content wells, but the implementation is more
> > flexible: the provided layouts support a variable number of portlets
> > and you can add multiple panels.
> > Currently, the package comes with three layouts – all based on Plone's
> > "Deco 16" grid. To make it easy for editors to decide on a layout, the
> > "Add panel" form displays a graphical representation of each.
> > Theoretically, this add-on deprecates the content wells, collage and
> > portlet page products. In practice, it needs a little work to meet
> > that ambition. However, the design is quite solid and clearly shows a
> > "lessons learned" maturity.
> Seems a cool idea! Thanks!
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