June 20, 2007

MediiGate Key Functionalities HIERARCHICAL LINKS

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HIERARCHICAL LINKS

Overview

The Hierarchical Links module allows the creation, updating and deletion of Hierarchical Links, which are links to other internet sites, which can be viewed within the MediGate site. The links are displayed as a hierarchical tree view which can be expanded and collapsed using the ‘+’ and ‘-‘ signs respectively, to the left of the Hierarchical Link title.
It should be noted that some web-sites do not permit their content to be displayed in this manner and will as such only allow viewing through a separate browser window. An example of this type of web-site is www.bbc.co.uk.

Create Hierarchical Link

By clicking on the Add link, the Hierarchical Link detail fields are displayed. The user can then add the details of the Hierarchical Link with Title, URL, Order of link and Destination Height being mandatory fields, in which a valid value must be entered. Please note that if the new link is the first to be created the Hierarchical Link details fields will be automatically displayed.

Clicking the Add link will create a new Hierarchical Link. By selecting the Add to Top Level checkbox the new Hierarchical Link will be created as a parent element. If this box is not checked the new Hierarchical Link is created as a child of the currently selected Hierarchical Link, unless this is the first Hierarchical Link created in which case the Hierarchical Link will always be a parent.
The new links are displayed in a hierarchical tree that can be expanded and collapsed using the ‘+’ and ‘-‘ signs respectively, to the left of the Hierarchical Link title, the link is then displayed within MediGate site window.

The URL field should contain a valid URL for the internet site the link is required to link to.

The Order of link field should contain the order in which the user wishes links to appear. If the link is a top level element this will specify it’s position within the top level elements in the Hierarchical Links tree If the link is a child element it will specify it’s position with regards to the other child elements within the currently selected parent.

The Destination Height field should contain the height of the display window for the new link. This numeric indicates the number of pixels that will make up the height of the window, 1200 pixels is a guideline size for this field.

Edit Hierarchical Link

By clicking on a Hierarchical Link the link is displayed along with the detail fields for the particular link. These details can be changed by the user and clicking the Update link will update these details, providing all mandatory information has been provided. By clicking on the Delete link the selected Hierarchical Link can be deleted from the MediGate site.


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