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fly-list

Summary

  • [fly-list code base] ... [/fly-list]

Parameter Description Default
code The key value that should be used to select a row from the base table. None
base The name of a table from which the code column should be selected. DefaultTables
prefix Override the "PREFIX" used by the various [PREFIX-*] sub-tags. item
safe_data Allow the "[" character to remain intact in returned data. No
hide

Suppress any output text that would ordinarily be returned from this tag.  (This universal parameter was introduced with Interchange version 5.5.2.)

No
interpolate

Parse Interchange tags, included in the body text, before this container tag executes.

No
reparse

Process any Interchange tags found in the text output from this tag.

Yes

Description

This tag defines an area in a page which performs the flypage lookup function.  If you place a [fly-list] tag alone at the top of the page, it will cause any page to act as a flypage.  For instance:

[fly-list]
    Content of flypage.html
[/fly-list]

If you place the above around the contents of the demo flypage, in a file named "flypage2.html", it will make the following two calls display identical results:

<a href="[area 00-0011]"> One way to display the Mona Lisa </a>
<a href="[area flypage2 00-0011]"> Another way to display the Mona Lisa </a>

Parameters

code

The key value that should be used to select a row from the "base" table.

base

The name of a table from which the "code" column should be selected.  If not specified then the current "DefaultTables" value will be used.

prefix

Setting "prefix=foo" overrides the "PREFIX" used by the various [PREFIX-*] sub-tags.  The default "prefix" is "item".

safe_data

Setting "safe_data=1" allows the [sql-data] and [sql-param] sub-tag (etc.) to return values containing the "[" character.

Warning

Warning

Beware of reparsing issues.  You should not use "safe_data" unless you need it and know what you are doing.

See also

Category:  Interchange tags
Last modified by: Kevin Walsh
Modification date: Wednesday 19 September 2007 at 3:58 PM (CDT)
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