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In version 3.2 we have released new designers for ContentView based controls (BlogPosts, NewsView, EventsView…). While to the end user it didn’t seem like much of a change, we have introduced quite an improvement, just haven’t had the time to explain it. In the next few posts I will be exploring some of the new things that we have implemented in regards to ContentView designers.
I’ve seen this question quite a few times in the support, so it seems as a perfect introduction to the ContentView designers. Namely, users can enter “Street”, “City”, “Country” and “State” data when creating a new event, but in the EventsView designers there is only “Event location” setting to turn off or on all of information. Take a look at the figure one to see what I mean.
Figure 1: on the left side we see fields in the control panel of the Events module, on the right side we see the settings of the EventsView control. As you can see not all fields can be directly controlled
Now, what we want to accomplish is to make the image on the right side of the Figure 1, to like the one on the Figure 2. Figure 2: we can see that end user has an ability now to control settings for street, city, country and state controls, not just the Event location container
Visually, in the EventsView designer, PresentationModes control looks like the image in the Figure 3: Figure 3: EventsView control presentation modes
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