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HI
i would like to make a Directory site..
can Ocportal do that??

sorry i new.
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Welcome harky.

I'm not sure exactly what you wish to construct, but the short answer is probably 'Yes'.

I don't seem to remember, over many years of using ocPortal, where somebody has enquired about a feature and told it can't be done!

A bit more of an explanation, and I am sure somebody will point you to the best module to use.

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hi thanks

i need a module something like moset tree hehe
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This is a quote from Mosets Tree:
Extremely Customizable

Mosets Tree has been built with customizability in mind. You can have text fields, checkboxes, radio buttons, drop downs or many other field types in your listing submission form. If you are a developer, you can even create your own field type, so you are not limited to the field type that comes with Mosets Tree.
My immediate reaction is that ocPortal's 'Catalogues' or 'CEDI' features should give you all that you want. Take a look at how Catalogues and CEDI are constructed (look at the ocPortal Tutorials), and try and implement something similar.

Good luck!



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Take my advice. I'm not using it!

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thanks but than i am a person who dunno coding..
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You don't have to be a programmer to use ocPortal, don't worry!


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yes beside that.. i hope it can be search with the custom field.

seen is for directory.. hope there is a review or rate

Fletch said

This is a quote from Mosets Tree:
Extremely Customizable

Mosets Tree has been built with customizability in mind. You can have text fields, checkboxes, radio buttons, drop downs or many other field types in your listing submission form. If you are a developer, you can even create your own field type, so you are not limited to the field type that comes with Mosets Tree.
My immediate reaction is that ocPortal's 'Catalogues' or 'CEDI' features should give you all that you want. Take a look at how Catalogues and CEDI are constructed (look at the ocPortal Tutorials), and try and implement something similar.

Good luck!

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harky said

yes beside that.. i hope it can be search with the custom field.
It can, but you have to decide the 'what', 'where' & 'when' before committing yourself. On the other hand, if you don't get your feet wet you may never get around to the best display you want.

Here's a screen shot (hacked about a bit) of the areas you need to concentrate on when building your Catalogue 'tree'. Take it slowly and calmly, and you should arrive at what you want. And bear in mind what Robbie said, "… you don't have to be a coder to use this software."


Take my advice. I'm not using it!

View my working ocPortal site (version 9.x.x) at Anglo-Indian Portal
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