Both pages shall be located in the root of the album. As I have a lot of similar named albums (year-month) index and sitemap are full of those albums. In the meanwhile I gave a title month name - year to those albums but this is also not exactly brilliant.
for better understanding I've added the link to my big album. If you invoke the link you will see 3 folders. The folder Monatsalben contains no albums with special names but only folders with years and subfolders with months. These folders and subfolders fill a significant part of the sitemap and index, although they can be easily found in the folder Monatsalben. Therefore I asked if it is possible to locate the 2 pages not in the album's top level but in the subfolders except Monatsalben.
Hmm... Contents.htt and Sitemap.htt should only list albums down from the subfolder where the 2 pages are located. I.e., if I place the pages Sitemap.htt and/or Contents.htt in Veranstaltungen/Events the 'Sitemap' resp. 'Contents' should only list those albums which are inside Veranstaltungen/Events and not those albums which have the same level (Monatsalben and Impressionen) or are located in the root. If I want all contents listed, I place the pages in the root.
Clear now? Is that possible?
Best regards, Ulli
Please apologize me that I've such strange individual wishes which are only relevant for my special huge album with a lot of self explaining subalbums like Month - Year resp. yyyy - mm.
In this special case it would be even better to have the opportunity to exclude the folder Monatsalben totally from sitemap and index. But this is not so easy or even impossible with the current implementation I guess.
it took a while until I found out that all links in the sitemap or contents are not correct because a second slash is added to each link after the name of the folder where the modified sitemap.htt resides, e.g. .../album/events//About.html. A workaround is to delete one / in every entry of the link list prior to upload the album. Do you have a further idea? Regards, Ulli
I tried it now, and all the links in the Contents page and Sitemap page are correct even to custom pages inside the subfolders. Perhaps I have already fixed this, but haven't uploaded the fixed version yet?
I currently have Turtle v5.4.4 running. which is indicated as the newest version. According to your proposal I added the page Sitemap.htt into a folder and modified the source code in line 31 from
After the folder name .../events you will find 2 slashes instead of a single slash. If I made the modification correctly and you have already fixed the problem, is it possible to upload a patch or a new turtle version?
appearantly you misunderstood me. What I would like to have is a Sitemap which only lists the folders which are in the folder and the folders below that folder, where Sitemap.htt resides. I.e. if Sitemap.htt resides in the album's rootPath it should list all, if it resides in ../rootpath/folder it should only list the folders and subfolders as well as pages in ../rootpath/folder. Is the following idea a possible solution? Dependant on the location of Sitemap.htt you need only one kind of page named Sitemap.htt and don't need to edit it in order to get a CustomSitemap.htt.