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Re: client context is not opening properly - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
[quote:postID=forum__cqr1-hi_i_cant_seecl__b8vb-we_use_the_clientco]We use the client context this way: [/quote]As Ove said, make sure you include that line at the start of the page body

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Re: Get Informations from Page and display them into Dialog Tab - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Hi there,I would overlay the foundation.components.page and then change the tab_basic.xml file.In there you could add the informaton you want.Good LuckJohan

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Re: How to create mobile page in CQ5? - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Hi!Have you checked the guide for creating mobile sites ?http://dev.day.com/docs/en/cq/current/developing/mobile.html

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Re: Handling custom localized error pages - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Oh ok, well you should still be able to actually use the request in this case (right?) since it actually requests a certain node/page (that does not exists).If you create a filter or service it can then utilize the request path (from the request) and then serve the error page accordingly to your needs by calculating the path to the correct error page.

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Re: Handling custom localized error pages - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Yes, I see the problem there.The trivial case would be easy when you could use the nearest valid path. But as you've pointed out, if a request is made for http://gb.mysite.com/pagenoutfound.html then you could map the language part of the url to the corresponding language node (and then later decide what to do if the request is made to a page without any language domain eg. http://mysite.com/pagenoutfound.html). This if course only holds as long as the re-writing is done in the mysite.com/langua...

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Re: Handling custom localized error pages - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Is there a reason that you don't let cq/sling do the mapping of the content instead?

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Re: Change the default font of the paragraph content in richtext widget - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
You can create your own text component in which you can extend the RTE plugin.The plugin can be customized itself (see the second link from Yogesh) but you can also add your own styles in a css file that will target the specified elements. Just create the specified css files in include it in the clientlib for the component. Then make sure that clientlib is also included in your app. Look at the following code from the link Yogesh sent:You may want to specify stylesheets that are optimized for ri...

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Re: Can you make a search component return all pages in the search path? - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
It is possible to do the search if you want to. Here are some pieces from an example of how i solved it. I have a page that works as a search/display for certain resources and the page calls itself with a querystring "?q=something" when the user searches in the search field. But to start with, it shows them all..1) Start of with initializing the search query, which might be empty in your case the first time someone enters the page<% String searchTerm = ""; String searchPath = "put the root-searc...

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Re: Can you make a search component return all pages in the search path? - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Ahh sorry my bad there it should be -> map.put("p.limit", "20"); and that will work fine.The thing in my example was that i did not make use of the actual search/result in the way you decided to proceed.I was doing a query that resulted in a collection of hits where each hit corresponded to a component node. I extraced the resource from each hit and made use of a special .jsp file connected to the component resource that i wanted to show as the result.This is an example of how it can be set up.1...

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Re: Assign multiple rendering scripts to a draggable component - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
[quote:postID=forum__wizo-hey_cqers_iwou__yl7s-since_a_templatedoe]Since a template doesn't actually contain executable code, this isn't possible. Perhaps you mean setting these attributes in the page component, but that is a bit heavyweight IMHO as it requires creating a new page component.What I was actually suggesting is to look at the cq:template property of the currentPage.[/quote]Ah yes, good point there Justin. I meant the page connected to the template.And I totally agree on that it woul...

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