Hi, my question is simple, but didn't find a way to do this from Docs.
When I use my own template, if I want to make only a few specific yet separate areas simply editable for a customer. Let's say there's three elements to edit ONLY. 1) Topic; 2) Text area; 3) Image.
Is there a way to define these with php calling separately on a template. So that when a customer goes to the admin, he/she can only edit those three very simple areas and not to play with a full page structuring?
<?php $page->GetContent(); ?>
With following I can call FULL page content. But is there anyway to have three content areas defined only for a specific areas as listed in above? Therefore, in my template I would define the editable areas all separately and those would be the only editable areas later also, instead of having one large content area.
Basically that would mean having x3 limited very small content areas, instead of one very large. How can I have three (or any amount) of editable regions of any page contents areas editable instead of one large content area?
Thanks for your help in advance. Just need a very basic changes made without an option to for full page editing in this case.
Hi and welcome to the forum,
First of all, unfortunately, we do not have multiple regular content areas per page.
There is one single main content area and there may be several additional "Extra Content" areas, the latter are part of the "Layout" and render same on all pages using the same Layout.
But there are ways to achieve your goal.
Note: Typesetter allows a great amount of editing freedom. Admittedly, too much in some cases. So, it's worth mentioning that almost any other CMS is better suited for your use case, especially those which use templating engines like Smarty or Twig.
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