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Inserting JDownloads into SP Page Builder
« on: 28.05.2021 17:04:23 »
Hello dear developers.
If possible - one more question.
I make my pages in Joomla using SP Page Builder.
Do I understand correctly?
For example:
1. If I want to make five separate single uploads on a page SP Page Builder - do I need to make five articles?
or
2. If I want to make five separate single downloads on the page SP Page Builder - do I need to make five custom modules?

Question:
Can I use "Add-on HTML-code" or for example Sourser from Regular Labs to insert into the page?


Sourcerer enables you to place PHP and any kind of HTML style code (including CSS and JavaScript) right in to your content!
Not only in your articles, but also in sections, categories, modules, components, META tags, etc.
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Re: Inserting JDownloads into SP Page Builder
« Reply #1 on: 28.05.2021 18:51:37 »
Hi
I am not familiar with SP Page Builder so I might be giving you the wrong answer.
If you want to show Downloads in an article the use the jD Content Plugin - you can have as many as you want
Please seehttps://www.jdownloads.net/documentation-for-v3-9/modules-plugins-v3-9/using-the-content-plugin-in-articles-and-modulesfor more details.
If I have this wrong please explain a little more abour SP Page Builder
Colin
Colin M
Re: Inserting JDownloads into SP Page Builder
« Reply #2 on: 28.05.2021 19:34:36 »
Thanks for the answer.
I am developing e-books.
SP Page Builder is a visual content editor.
I am attaching screenshots.
I want to install a download button next to each book.
But I don't want to do a lot of personal articles or personal modules to insert.
I would like to use pure HTML.
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Re: Inserting JDownloads into SP Page Builder
« Reply #3 on: 29.05.2021 12:39:39 »
Hi
First in Options - Front end tab set 'Activate direct-downloading' to Yes, 'View Download detail page' to Nothe use List All Categories menu iten and locate the Download you wish to have the link. Right Click on the Download Button and use copy linkThis will give you something like where I accessed it from a menu item titled "list-jd-cats"https://<your-site>/index.php/list-jd-cats?task=download.send&id=35&catid=20&m=0

The structure of the link is below

https://<your-site>/index.php/<name of Menu Item>?task=download.send&id=<id of the Download>&catid=<id of its category>&m=0

 So you should be able to fill in as required
best wishesColin
Colin M
Re: Inserting JDownloads into SP Page Builder
« Reply #4 on: 29.05.2021 15:30:31 »
Hello Colin.
Thanks for your advice. I understood the philosophy of the task implementation. It is most important. I will try.