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I would like to add a block in the "info" tab of a document.
How could I achieve this?
This is no longer possible. With the renaming of the old "Properties" tab to "Info" it has also been made "Umbraco-only". So it's no longer possible to add custom properties to this tab if that is what you had in mind?
If not what kind of content/info/block would you like to add there?
You understood my question correctly. To bad it has been locked.. I’ll use a tree menu item then :-)
You can create a new tab and then add your information to it.
How would I add a tab in there? I know how to create dashboard but I don't know how to create a tab there.
I think Biagio mean that instead of adding properties to the info tab you can create a new tab and add them there. But I suppose that is what you're already going to be doing? :)
Well, actually, what I did is use the TreeControllerBase to add an item in the action menu for the item i want and I’ll display the info I want in there.
However it would be even better to add a tab next to the info one but I don’t know how to do so :-$
Ok, so to be clear - Adding a tab can mean two things in this scenario.
1: Adding a new tab on a document type as usual, which is most likely not what you intend to do I suppose?
2: It can also mean adding a tab to the view of the "Info" tab like below the "Links", "History", "Scheduled Publishing" or "General" tabs/sections in the view?
In case number 2 you might actually be able to do this using $injectors - I don't have much experience doing this myself but perhaps Matt Brailsford and Dave Woestenborghs articles can get you going? I know that Nathan Woulfe has shown some examples around this forum too and I hope he will chime in if he sees this post since I can't remember where I've seen it currently :)
Dave's article: https://skrift.io/articles/archive/changing-backoffice-functionality-without-changing-core-code/
Matt's article: https://24days.in/umbraco-cms/2015/umbraco-7-back-office-tweaks/
I hope this helps and that I have understood what you mean by adding tabs correctly :)
Hehe I might not be clear :-$
Here is the thing: I created a document type called « reusable content » that had a simple « body » property. Then I created a macro with a « content picker editor ». The idea is to be able to insert this macro in a rich text editor and select a « reusable content » document to display its « body » property in the rte.
Now I would like to display all the location where a « reusable content » document is used. My first idea was to add this info in the « info » tab of « reusable content » documents but apparently it’s not possible. Therefore the idea is to add a new tab next to the info one where I could display the usage. So basically, I need to create a tab such as the info one but only for this specific document type.
I hope I’m clearer :-D
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