I am building a photo site and using Tagger for the tagging function. So far all works well, except for the pages to display related resources. it's a great extra and easy to work with - the ability to put Tag Groups above the content is a real bonus.
I've been trying to solve this question on and off for a few months. Is there a way top auto-generated the pages for Tagger to display related tags on?
On each photo page there is a series of tags for 'country' 'state' and 'region' - which are set up as three separate Tagger groups. The chunk used is:
[[TaggerGetTags? &resources=`[[*id]]` &rowTpl=`tpl-placeTags` &groups=`1` &target=`0`]] > [[TaggerGetTags? &resources=`[[*id]]` &rowTpl=`tpl-placeTags` &groups=`2`]] > [[TaggerGetTags? &resources=`[[*id]]` &rowTpl=`tpl-placeTags` &groups=`3`]]
That works well.
I then created a resource for a country "Australia" - published but not showing on menus. When I create it inside a container, to keep the Resource Tree tidy, I also need to freeze the URI to remove the container from the url. On that page I use the following code, which also works:
[[!getResources? &tpl=`tplIntros` &parents=`2` &includeTVs=`1` &processTVs=`1` &hideContainers=`1` &includeContent=`1` &showHidden=`1` &where=`[[!TaggerGetResourcesWhere? &tags=`[[*pagetitle]]`]]`]]
The Tagger documentation assumes a lot of knowledge - ie. you also need to populate the rest of the getResources call.
I'm guessing that there's a way to auto-generate the pages to display tags on. Otherwise it means creating a new resource for every tag that gets added.
Can anyone give me any clues on auto-generating pages, or is that not possible?
Thanks in advance
[ed. note: robinqld last edited this post 3 years, 8 months ago.]