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Support 3-levels in the User's Category Selection List

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Support 3-levels in the User's Category Selection List
« on: July 26, 2007, 04:18:01 PM »
In one of the sites I created they use a category list with three levels.
I had to move the new photos to the 3rd level directory every time the user uploaded them. Here is a hack that imho must be added to the new version.

More details you can find in  http://velonis.gr/joomla-tips/a-small-hack-for-rsgallery2.html

I used it for version 1.12.2 Alpha .

Edit the administrator/components/com_rsgallery2/config.rsgallery2.php
(after you back it up)

Go to line 202
 and add this:

 
// Velonis I. Petros addition for a 3 level category selection list

                    $id2 = $row2->id;
                    $database->setQuery("SELECT * FROM jos_rsgallery2_galleries WHERE parent = '$id2' ORDER BY ordering ASC");
                    $rows3 = $database->loadObjectList();

                    foreach($rows3 as $row3)
                        {

                        if (!in_array($row3->id, $galleries))
                            $dropdown_html .= "<option value=\"$row3->id\" DISABLED>&nbsp;&nbsp;|--&nbsp;$row3->name</option>\n";
                        else
                            $dropdown_html .= "<option value=\"$row3->id\">&nbsp;&nbsp;|--&nbsp;$row3->name</option>\n";                       

                    }

//until here


Save it and you are ready! If it doesn't work then you did something wrong and you better wait for the new version.


Re: Support 3-levels in the User's Category Selection List
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2008, 07:04:31 PM »
What exactly should this do?  I DESPERATELY need a third level :(

Thanks

Gary