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    Has anyone done a list format template that we can use where the customer can switch between column and list layouts?

  • Originally posted by eldon99 View Post
    Has anyone done a list format template that we can use where the customer can switch between column and list layouts?
    Wow, eons ago maybe in MM4 I think someone did. Great idea still!
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    • Yeah, I remember those days, with good ol' MMUI.

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      • This has been discussed as an extensions for a future theme.
        Matt Zimmermann
        Director of UI/UX Standards and Theme Development
        / Miva, Inc.

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        • Matt - just push that out now - very useful indeed :)
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          • This would be relatively easy to (dead simple if you used flex box responsive framework). All you'd need to do is swap CSS style sheets with something like:

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             <script> $(document).ready(function(){ $('#format').click(function(){ if($('link#styles').attr('href')=="grid.css"){ $('#format').attr('value','Switch To Grid Mode') $('link#styles').attr('href','Line.css') } else { $('#format').attr('value','Switch To Line Mode') $('link#styles').attr('href','Day.css') } })  }); </script>
            The level of difficulty would depend on the HTML/CSS used to create the display. Some themes would be easier than others, though if possible, I'd just load flex box and redo the output structure if you can afford the load.
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            • Yeah, I remember those days Eldon, Thanks for the share.

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