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There is not much information in the documentation on how to put a plugin/gadget into a template. I see a method called gpOutput::GetAllGadgets() but it does not do anything when I try it. Need more info on how to create and access our own plugins/gadgets.


10 years ago#99

Josh S.
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The documentation for plugins and gadgets definitely needs some work...

Essentially, gadgets are only added to the software when a plugin that includes a gadget is installed. A good example of this is the Simple Search plugin. Within the Simple Search folder you'll see a file named Addon.ini, and within that file a definition for the gadget. Here's the portion of the Addon.ini that defines the gadget

[Gadget:Simple_Search] script = 'SimpleSearchGadget.php'

Once the plugin is installed, the gadget will automatically be added to the system and ouput in your theme were you place gpOutput::GetAllGadgets();

Are you looking at integrating some custom gadgets?

10 years ago#102

I guess I'm a bit confused because I am thinking of plugins in the contect of other systems I have worked with like cmsms, Joomla etc. where plugins are something that you can imbed into the content with the content editor by simply inserting code such as {{myplugin}} where it might be a snippet for lets say a embeded google map. I also am not clear when you say a plugin which has a gadget in it. I'll have to take a look at the Simple Search to see what is going on there.


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