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11/13/2015 5:37 AM
 

The theme/skin I created is HTML which I then parse. In my HTML I add "[BREADCRUMB]" to get the breadcrumb.

Which parses to "<dnn:Breadcrumb runat="server" id="dnnBreadcrumb" />" in the ascx.

Which HTML Tokens can I use to get "<dnn:Breadcrumb runat="server" id="dnnBreadcrumb" RootLevel="-1" />"?

I've been trying weird stuff like "[BREADCRUMB RootLevel="-1"]" and stuff but no luck.

I hope someone can maybe just point me in the right direction?

Thanks in advance.

 
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11/13/2015 7:19 AM
 
Johan VL wrote:

The theme/skin I created is HTML which I then parse. In my HTML I add "[BREADCRUMB]" to get the breadcrumb.

Which parses to "" in the ascx.

Which HTML Tokens can I use to get ""?

I've been trying weird stuff like "[BREADCRUMB RootLevel="-1"]" and stuff but no luck.

I hope someone can maybe just point me in the right direction?

Thanks in advance.

 You should not be using tokens like that any more. Use object tokens instead. Or just create an ascx skin.

 
<object id="dnnBREADCRUMB" codetype="dotnetnuke/server" codebase="BREADCRUMB">
<param name="RootLevel" value="1" />
</object>
 
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11/13/2015 7:46 AM
 

Thanks a lot Timo. It's working.

I can't use an ascx skin, because the person i'm working with, working with the styling runs the html file/skin as is. As well as manipulates it. So we're keeping to the HTML which I parse.

 
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