Navigation Widgets

  • Search Form widget

    This widget displays a search form for a collection. Settings [image:8825] Block title: specify the title that you want this widget to display in your blog (default entry: Search) Button name : specify the text that you want to appear on the button for… more »
  • Category List Widget

    This widget displays a (hierarchic) list of all the categories of the current collection. Clicking a category filters the posts on the selected category. Settings [image:8826] Block title: specify the title that you want this widget to display in your… more »
  • Content Hierarchy Widget

    This widget displays the content hierarchy of the current collection. This should be what you see in the left column of this manual page. The content hierarchy is a mix of the Categories, sub-categories and the Posts they contain. The depth of the tree… more »
  • Tag Cloud Widget

    This widget displays a tag cloud for the current collection (or for one/multiple other "source collections" if specified). Clicking on a tag goes to the post list (in the "destination collection" if specified), filtered on the… more »
  • Breadcrumb Path Widget

    Displays a breadcrumb path from the category root to the current post, going through sub-categories. By default, this uses the main category of the post being displayed. Then it recurses back to the root. Settings Separator: specify the separator… more »
  • Archives Widget

    This widget displays a list of links to the archives. It links to monthly archives by default, but this is configurable. more »
  • Calendar Widget

    This widget displays a calendar where each day that has posts is a link. Clicking on a day displays the post list (post "archives") for that day. The current day is also highlighted. Settings [image:8837] Block title: specify the title that… more »
  • Common Navigation Links Widget

    This widget displays common navigation links such as "Home", "Recently", "Archives", "Categories", "Latest Comments"… This widget is not very useful any more since we have a "Menu"… more »