Almost all of my pages are controlled just by the master.html. They appear as –
However, two pages (contents.html and glossary.html) have a left sidebar –
If I apply “\Components\Update the whole project” then the sidebars are removed. My only solution is to temporarily rename these two files with a non-html extension before applying “\Components\Update the whole project” and then rename them back afterwards – not really ideal.
Is there a better way to handle this (perhaps some code within contents.html to preserve the sidebar)?
I would have to see:
- How the editable area of the Master page is set-up
- How the sidebar is added into the code.
If everything between the header and footer is set as editable, you sidebars shouldn’t be stripped out.
If I have something like –
<div class="sidebar" data-pgc-edit="sidebar">
What is the significance of the name assigned to data-pgc-edit (
sidebar in the above example)? Is the name used elsewhere?
Can data-pgc-edit have the same name as class (both
sidebar in the above example)?
data-pgc-edit attribute is assigned to elements that get the ‘Define Editable’ action. There shouldn’t be any other editable areas defined with the same id, but having a class with the same name won’t be a problem.