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How to customise caNavLink()

edited September 2018 in Pawtucket

Hi,

I am quite new to Collective Access / Pawtucket. I am working on customising a theme for a library archive, and have come up against something I cannot solve, and am hoping one of your lovely people can help point me in the right direction.

Link elements are often inserted into pages using caNavLink() but I cannot find any documentation for how to insert a link title attribute. So for example on one page I can see the following:

<?php print caNavLink($this->request, _t("Search"), "", "", "Search", "advanced/objects"); ?>

How would I add a title attribute into this link?

Thanks in advance!

John
:-)

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  • You do it like so:

    <?php print caNavLink($this->request, _t("Search"), "", "", "Search", "advanced/objects", [], ['title' => 'my title']); ?>

    The empty array after "advanced/objects"" are additional URL parameters. The second array is used for tag attributes.

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