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breadcrumb-more than one page

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Hi, I try to use breadcrumbs-module to create something like a navigation. It works, but shows just the page you are right on, not the ones visited in the past. This is definitly not useful. Are there some parameters to set? Or is there a different way to get the last pages shown?
Thank you!
By the way: I can see exactly what I want one the tiki.org page, but don´t know how to realize that.

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You can set the number of pages to remember/show by using the max parameter. See the docs for details.

Note that this can be over-ridden by a user's specific Number of pages to remember setting.

HTH,

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Ok, I understand so far. But I can't find any possibiity to set this parameter in the modul section of administration.
Thank you so far anyway.
Clemens

bindijones wrote:

Hi, I try to use breadcrumbs-module to create something like a navigation. It works, but shows just the page you are right on, not the ones visited in the past. This is definitly not useful. Are there some parameters to set? Or is there a different way to get the last pages shown?
Thank you!
By the way: I can see exactly what I want one the tiki.org page, but don´t know how to realize that.


posts: 69

Bindijones,

You do not say whether you are using nested pages in a document structure, which is how the documents link together and form the chain of titles within breadcrumbs. Breadcrumbs is not a list of previously visited pages, but a trail of pages traveled as you drill down into a deep document structure.

You can see an example of this under >Documents at:
www.n1mm.com
Drill down into the Table of Contents and watch the breadcrumb trail grow. You can also see the Structure itself if you look under >Website >Sitemap.

-larryg