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I am using SLB on an html container that contains several ‘Link to File’ actions and it works fine.

How can I get the Title to appear in the SLB - I tried adding it through Item>Extended but no go. Is it not possible doing it this way?

David


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You’ll have to use a different method than Link to File to get the
link in if you want to do this. I need to write a companion Action to
SLB that creates these sorts of links, because there are lots and lots
of attributes you can add to the link that tell SLB what to do when
you click that link.

To make the link manually, and thus to have the title appear, you need
to make the link to the file manually. Use Upload Stuff or another
file upload Action to get the file up to your server, then make the
link manually using the Hyperlink dialog. Enter the filename like
this: Resources/yourFileName.jpg in the External field of the
Hyperlink dialog, and enter whatever text you want to be the photo
caption in the Title field. Press Extended in the Hyperlink dialog,
and enter class in the Name field and lightwindow in the Value
field.

Walter

On Nov 25, 2009, at 7:10 PM, DeltaDave wrote:

I am using SLB on an html container that contains several ‘Link to
File’ actions and it works fine.

How can I get the Title to appear in the SLB - I tried adding it
through Item>Extended but no go. Is it not possible doing it this way?

David


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Thanks Walter - I thought that might be the case

It just so happens that the Link to File works well in this instance so that the visitor can download the file (Right Click PC) or open in a LB window for just viewing.

I will look at the manual link method as well.

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That would still be the case if you constructed the link manually –
you end up with the same code either way.

Walter

On Nov 27, 2009, at 4:44 PM, DeltaDave wrote:

It just so happens that the Link to File works well in this instance
so that the visitor can download the file (Right Click PC) or open
in a LB window for just viewing.


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OK - I will have a go

There only 8 files/images so not a large task.

Thanks Walter


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Press Extended in the Hyperlink dialog, and enter class in the Name field and lightwindow in the Value field.

Couldn’t get it to work with this name/value extended. Javascript errors

Did it without and seems OK

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