ViewHelper Documentation


Adds a content area to a source using Flux FlexForms

Only works to insert a single content area into your element. To insert multiple content areas, use instead a full flux:grid with your desired row and column structure; each column then becomes a content area.

Using flux:grid after this ViewHelper in the same flux:form will overwrite this ViewHelper.

Using this ViewHelper after flux:grid will cause this ViewHelper to be ignored.

Example of difference

<flux:form id="myform">
    <!-- Creates a basic Grid with one row and one column, names
         the column "mycontent" and makes Flux use this Grid -->
    <flux:content name="mycontent" />
    <!-- Additional flux:content tags are completely ignored -->

<flux:form id="myform">
    <!-- Creates a full, multi-column/row Grid -->
            <flux:grid.column name="mycontentA" />
            <flux:grid.column name="mycontentB" />
            <flux:grid.column name="mycontentC" colspan="2" />
    <!-- No use of flux:content is possible after this point -->


name string

Name of the content area, FlexForm XML-valid tag name string

label string

Label for content area, can be LLL: value. Optional - if not specified, Flux tries to detect an LLL label named "flux.fluxFormId.columns.foobar" based on column name, in scope of extension rendering the Flux form.

extensionName string

If provided, enables overriding the extension context for this and all child nodes. The extension name is otherwise automatically detected from rendering context.

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