Custom Block View Tutorial

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Attached is a white paper on creating custom block views.

I am finding many C5 users do not understand this concept and even hesitate to modify purchased addons.

I hope this is helpful.

Please PM me if you have any additions or corrections and I will keep this up to date.

Thanks

Chad

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dpannone replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
Just purchsed this add-on. please see the attatched screenshot too:


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Please contact me or post here, i need a refund or a rewrite of this code.

Dominick
LucasAnderson replied on at Permalink Reply
LucasAnderson
Which add-on are you referring to? This original post was not about a specific add-on but how to create custom template for other add-ons.

I suggest you search the Marketplace for the add-on you purchased and post your issue in the Support area.
chassa2556 replied on at Permalink Reply
chassa2556
Hi Chad - this is great and gets you well to the point of copying files to the right place. But it would have been great if you'd continued the walkthrough into actually changing the item as part of the story I've found is gaining control of the CSS as often things look different in the view.php file.
chassa2556 replied on at Permalink Reply
chassa2556
Hi Chad - this is great and gets you well to the point of copying files to the right place. But it would have been great if you'd continued the walkthrough into actually changing the item as part of the story I've found is gaining control of the CSS as often things look different in the view.php file.
TammyM replied on at Permalink Reply
TammyM
Thanks, Chad!
TorstenKelsch replied on at Permalink Reply
TorstenKelsch
This makes some things clearer, especially for people who are not yet too familiar with Concrete5. Thank you, Chad!
berteldk replied on at Permalink Reply
ah this is nice ... thanks for this tut
dolorescupcake replied on at Permalink Reply
dolorescupcake
thanks chad! great tut.
rayjohn66 replied on at Permalink Reply
Very useful and got me through my first custom block. Sometimes you can see most of the pieces and can't put it together, got it now. Thanks.