You only need to edit one file: photosturism.js .
If you want the names of the folders and documents to be links themselves,
USETEXTLINKS = 1
at the top of the file.
Create the root folder with the command foldersTree = gFld("Been There",
"photos.html"). 'gFld' takes a name and and optional URL, and returns
the folder. You can give any name to your root folder.
Place a folder inside another folder by using the function 'insFld([parent
folder], [child folder])'.
To create a document link use the function 'gLnk'. It takes three arguments:
Doc type: '0' for local documents, '1' for
remote docs that open in a new window, '2' for
remote docs that open in the right frame.
Title: Text to be displayed in the tree.
Link: URL of the document
To place the document inside the tree use the function 'insDoc([parent
folder], [document link])'.
If you want to rename this or any other of the files included in the .ZIP,
you will have to take in account the file dependencies: ftexample.html
includes photosturismLF.html and photos.html; photosturismLF.html includes
ftie4style.css, ftiens4.js, and photosturism.js .
The file with the FRAMESET tag is ftexample.html . This version of the
script requires that the tree is placed in a frame.
When you're done with the instalation process and your site goes public, please don't forget to announce the site. Share the URL with other developers sending your e-mail to the script's mailing list.
Q: Is there any way of making the tree open folders other than
the default on creation time?
A: Yes, you will have to change your version of the photosturismLF.html.
Suppose I want the 'Been There' tree to open showing the link to Portugal/Lisboa.
In this case I only have to add two lines in the photosturismLF.html file:
... other html keywords above
initializeDocument() // <- insert after this line
clickOnNode(1) // new text added to file
clickOnNode(15) // new text added to file
... other html keywords below
To find out the ID of the folder to be used as the argument of clickOnNode(ID)
open the tree in the browser and move your mouse over the +/- nodes to
the left of the folders.
Q: How can I change the background color of the left frame
(the one with the tree)?
A: Edit the file ftie4style.css. This file defines the CSS styles
for the script. Refer to CSS documentation for more details.
Q: Can I have the tree without the frames?
A: Yes. Instead of using the ftexample.html file, which uses frames,
link directly with photosturismLF.html (you may want to rename this).
When pressing a link on the tree for the first time a new window will
be open. Further activations will use that same window.
to see what I mean.