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Custom Navigation / Content Lists / ???

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  1. Adam Ritenauer
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    24 Feb 2010
    24 Feb 2010
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    I'm building a  site that has product pages, and these products have "resources" associated with them that I need to link to. These "resources" are pages internal to Sitefinity, files In Sitefinity, and external links. They also need to be updated by people who don't know much about HTML or content mangement systems.

    So I need a solution that will allow a user to
    - Browse to a page
    - Easily add/remove individual "resources"
    - Enable or Disable a "resource" based on the security setting of the page or file it references (like the SiteMenu does)

    I'm open to any idea really. I've tried a couple potential solutions, but haven't been able to come up with an acceptable solution. However, I'm fairly new to Sitefinity, and don't think I fully comprehend how flexible (or inflexible) it's base set of functionality is, so I'm deferring to the community on this one.

    Thanks in advance for any suggestions!
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    19 Oct 2016
    24 Feb 2010
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    Hi Adam Ritenauer,

    You could create a control that shows all products and possible resources that can be linked. You can implement logic that allows your editors to remove/add resources. You will need to create  a control designer. You can use something similar to SiteMenu builder

    Kind regards,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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