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Description

Used to show contacts belonging to a specific Category in a list layout.

Settings include:

  • Contact details,
  • Contact form,
  • Display format (slider, tabs, plain view),
  • Mail options.

Show all of the published Contacts in a given Contact Category.


How to Access

Add a new menu item 'List Contacts in a Category'

  • Select Menus  [name of the menu]  Add New Menu Item from the dropdown menu of the Administrator Panel
  • Click the 'Menu Item Type' Select button Help30-Menu-Item-Type-Select-Button-en.png
  • Select Contacts  List Contacts in a Category in the modal popup window.

Edit an existing menu item 'List Contacts in a Category'


Screenshot

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Form Fields

  • Menu Title. The title that will display for this menu item.
  • Alias. The internal name of the menu item. Normally, you can leave this blank and Joomla will fill in a default value. The default value is the Title or Name in lower case and with dashes instead of spaces. You may enter the Alias manually. Learn more about Aliases.

Details

  • Menu Item Type. The Menu Item Type selected when this menu item was created. This can be one of the core menu item types or a menu item type provided by an installed extension.
  • Select a Category. Select a contact category to display.
  • Link. The system-generated link for this menu item. This field cannot be changed and is for information only.
  • Target Window. This determines how the new page will be opened. Options are:
    • Parent: Open new menu item in parent window. This is the default.
    • New Window With Navigation: Open menu item in a new window with full browser navigation (for example, "back" button).
    • New Without Navigation: Open menu item in a new window without browser navigation.
  • Template Style. Controls the template style for this menu item. A list box will show the available template styles for your site.
    • - Use Default -: Use the default style for the site to show this menu item.
    • [template style]: Select a specific template style to always show this menu item with that style.
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  • Menu. Shows which menu the menu item will appear in.
  • Parent Item. The parent menu item for this menu item. Used to determine whether a Menu Item is a top-level item or a submenu item.
    • Menu Item Root: Select the default value if this is a top-level Menu Item.
    • [menu item title]: Select the Menu Item that is this menu item's parent.
  • Ordering. Indicates the order of this Menu Item in the Menu. The default Order is to add the Menu Item to the end of the Menu. This Menu Item will moved to the order position just after the Menu Item selected from the dropdown list. Note: The Order can also be changed in Menu Items.
  • Status. (Publish/Unpublish/Trash) The published status of the menu item.
  • Default Page. (Yes/No) If Yes, this menu item is the default or home page for the site. There must be exactly one menu item set as the default page. You can change the default page in 2 ways:
    • Click on the Home column of the desired menu item in Menu Items.
    • Open the menu item for the new default page and change the Default Page setting to Yes.
  • Access. Who has access to this menu item. Default options are:
    • Public: Everyone has access.
    • Guest: Everyone has access.
    • Registered: Only registered users have access.
    • Special: Only users with author status or higher have access.
    • Super Users: Only super users have access.
  • Language. Select the language for this menu item. If you are not using the multi-language feature of Joomla, keep the default of All.
  • Note. Menu item note. This is normally for the site administrator's use (for example, to document information about this menu item) and does not show in the Frontend of the site.

Category

The Category Options control the way that category information is shown in the layout. The Category List Layout has the following Category Options, as shown below.

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  • Category Title. (Use Global/Hide/Show) If Show, the Category Title will show as a subheading on the page. The subheading is usually displayed inside the H2 tag.
  • Category Description. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Show or Hide the description of the selected Category.
  • Category Image. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Show or Hide the image of the selected Category.
  • Subcategory Levels. (Use Global/All/1-5) The number of subcategory levels to display. Select All to show all levels in the subcategory hierarchy.
  • Empty Categories. (Use Global/Hide/Show) If Show, empty categories will display. A category is only empty if it has no contacts or subcategories.
  • Subcategories Descriptions. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Show or Hide the subcategories descriptions.
  • # Contacts in Category. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Show or Hide the number of contacts in category.

List Layouts

List Layout Options control the appearance of the list layout.

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  • Filter Field. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Show or Hide the Filter Field.
  • Display Select. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Whether to hide or show the Display # control that allows the user to select the number of contacts to show in the list.
  • Table Headings. (Use Global/Hide/Show) If set to Show, this heading will show above the list. If set to Hide, the list will show with no headings.
  • Image. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Show or Hide an Image column in the list of Contacts.
  • Position. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Set to control the Position's display in list.
  • Email. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Set to control the Email's display in list.
  • Phone. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Set to control the Phone's display in list.
  • Mobile. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Set to control the Mobile's display in list.
  • Fax. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Set to control the Fax's display in list.
  • City or Suburb. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Set to control the City or Suburb's display in list.
  • State or County. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Set to control the State or County's display in list.
  • Country. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Set to control the Country's display in list.
  • Pagination. Show or hide Pagination support. Pagination provides page links at the bottom of the page that allow the User to navigate to additional pages. These are needed if the listed contacts will not fit on one page.
    • Use Global: Use the default value from the contacts options screen.
    • Auto: Pagination links shown if needed.
    • Show: Pagination links shown if needed.
    • Hide: Pagination links not shown. Note: In this case, Users will not be able to navigate to additional pages.
  • Pagination Results. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Show or Hide the current page number and total pages (e.g., "Page 1 of 2") at the bottom of each page. Use Global will use the default value from the Contacts options.
  • Sort By. Choose the field name to sort.

Contact Display Options

Contact Display Options control the appearance of the list layout.

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  • Choose a Layout. Default layout to use for items.
  • Display Format. Determines the style used to display sections of the contact form. The following options are available.
    • Use Global: Use the default value from the contacts options screen.
    • Sliders: Slider contact view.
    • Tabs: Tabbed contact view.
    • Plain: Plain text contact view.
  • Contact Category. Set to control the Contacts Category display view. The following options are available.
    • Use Global: Use the default value from the contacts options screen.
    • Hide: Do not show the Category name of the contacts.
    • Show Without Link: Show Category name of contacts as heading styled text only.
    • Show With Link Show Category name of contacts as heading styled text linked to Category.
  • Show Contact List. Allow the user to use a dropdown list of all contacts in one contact category. The following options are available.
    • Use Global: Use the default value from the contacts options screen.
    • Hide: Do not display the Contact list.
    • Show: Show to allow users to select a contact in a dropdown list.
  • Name. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Show or Hide name of the contact.
  • Tags. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Show or Hide the tags for a contact.
  • Contact Information. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Show or Hide the contact information.
  • vCard. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Show or Hide a link to allow export to vCard format.
  • Miscellaneous Information. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Show or Hide miscellaneous information
  • Show User Articles. (Use Global/Hide/Show) If this contact is mapped to a user, and if this is set to Show, then a list of articles created by this user will show.
  • # Articles to List. (Use Global/Use Contact Settings/5300/All) Number of articles to list.
  • Contact Links. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Show or Hide the contact links.
  • Show User Custom Fields. Show user custom fields which belong to all or only selected field groups.
  • Link [letter] Label. [A to E] Labels (5) to override shown link's label.

Mail Options

Contact Mail Options control the appearance of a Contact's  Contact Form if it is enabled.

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  • Contact Form. Display the contact's contact form. The following options are available.
    • Use Global: Use the default value from the contacts options screen.
    • Hide: Do not display.
    • Show: Display this.
  • Send Copy to Submitter. Display the a check box to allow a Submitter to send a copy of email to themselves. The following options are available.
    • Use Global: Use the default value from the contacts options screen.
    • Hide: Do not display.
    • Show: Display this.
  • Session Check. Check for the existence of session cookie. Users without cookies enabled will not be able to send emails. The following options are available.
    • Use Global: Use the default value from the contacts options screen.
    • No: Do not check for session cookie.
    • Yes: Check for session cookie.
  • Custom Reply. Turn on or off the custom message reply to contact form's submitter. The following options are available.
    • Use Global: Use the default value from the contacts options screen.
    • No: Do not send an automated reply email.
    • Yes: Send an automated reply email.
  • Contact Redirect. Enter alternative URL to redirect submitter after a successful contact form email was sent.

Integration

The List Contacts in a Category Menu Item has the following Integration Options.

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These determine whether a news feed will be available for the page and what information it will show.

  • Show Feed Link. (Use Global/Hide/Show) Show or hide an RSS Feed Link. A Feed Link will show up as a feed icon in the address bar of most browsers.

Link Type

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  • Link Title Attribute. An optional, custom description for the title attribute of the menu hyperlink.
  • Link Class. An optional class to apply to the menu hyperlink.
  • Link Image. Select an image to use with 'Menu Title'. Use 'Add Menu Title' set to 'No' to show just image.
  • Image Class. The class which is added to the image (src tag).
  • Add Menu Title. (Yes/No) If optional image is selected, shows a 'Menu Title' next to image.
  • Display in Menu. (Yes/No) Select 'No' if you want to exclude this menu item from displaying in the menu. Note: Any submenu items will also be hidden.

Page Display

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  • Browser Page Title. Optional text for the "Browser page title" element. If blank, a default value is used based on the Menu Item Title.
  • Show Page Heading. (Use Global/Yes/No). Show or hide the Browser Page Title in the heading of the page (If no optional text entered - will default to value based on the Menu Item Title). The Page heading is usually displayed inside the H1 tag.
  • Page Heading. Optional alternative text for the Page heading.
  • Page Class. Optional CSS class to add to elements in this page. This allows CSS styling specific to this page.

Metadata

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  • Meta Description. An optional paragraph to be used as the description of the page in the HTML output. This will generally display in the results of search engines. If entered, this creates an HTML meta element with a name attribute of "description" and a content attribute equal to the entered text.
  • Meta Keywords. Optional entry for keywords. Must be entered separated by commas (for example, "cats, dogs, pets") and may be entered in upper or lower case. (For example, "CATS" will match "cats" or "Cats"). Learn more about Meta Keywords.
  • Robots. The instructions for web "robots" that browse to this page.
    • Use Global: Use the value set in Global Configuration  Site  Metadata Settings.
    • index, follow: Index this page and follow the links on this page.
    • noindex, follow: Do not index this page, but still follow the links on the page. For example, you might do this for a site map page where you want the links to be indexed but you don't want this page to show in search engines.
    • index, nofollow: Index this page, but do not follow any links on the page. For example, you might want to do this for an events calendar, where you want the page to show in search engines but you do not want to index each event.
    • noindex, nofollow: Do not index this page or follow any links on the page.
  • Secure. Whether or not to use SSL and the Secure Site URL for this page.
    • Off: Do not use SSL.
    • On: Use SSL.
    • Ignore: Ignore this setting and use the global setting for the site.

Module Assignment

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  • Unassigned Modules. (Show/Hide) Show or hide modules unassigned to this menu item.
  • Unpublished Modules. (Show/Hide) Show or hide modules that are unpublished.


Toolbar

At the top left you will see the toolbar.

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The functions are:

  • Save. Saves the menu item and stays in the current screen.
  • Save & Close. Saves the menu item and closes the current screen.
  • Save & New. Saves the menu item and keeps the editing screen open and ready to create another menu item.
  • Save as Copy. Saves your changes to a copy of the current menu item. Does not affect the current menu item.
    Note: This toolbar icon is only shown if you edit an existing menu item.
  • Close. Closes the current screen and returns to the previous screen without saving any modifications you may have made.
  • Help. Opens this help screen.


Quick Tips

The Category List layout is a convenient way to list a compact directory of contacts in a category that can include filtering and searching.


Related Information

Related Help Screens Description
Components Contact Manager Options Contact Options configuration allows setting of parameters used globally for all contacts.
Components Contacts Categories The Contact Category Manager is where you can edit existing Contact Categories and create new ones. Note that Contact Categories are separate from other Categories, such as for Articles, Banners, News Feeds, and Web Links. From this screen, you can also navigate to the Contact Manager: Contacts screen.
Components Contacts Categories Edit This is where you can add a Contact Category or edit an existing Contact Category. Contact Categories allow you to organize contacts in your web site. Contact Categories are separate from other types of Categories, such as those for Articles, Banners, News Feeds, and so on.
Components Contacts Contacts The Contact Manager screen allows you to add contact information to your Joomla! site. You can enter information such as name, address, phone and e-mail. You can also link contacts to registered users. Afterwards, you can use the Menu Manager to create front-end links to the the contacts.
Components Contacts Contacts Edit This is where you can add a Contact or edit an existing Contact. Contacts allow you to list people on your web site. They also allow users to send e-mails to those people.
Menus Menu Item Contact Categories Used to show a list of contact categories within a category.
Menus Menu Item Contact Featured Used to show a list of featured contacts.
Menus Menu Item Contact Single Contact Used to show a Single Contact. Settings include: Contact Details, Contact Form, presentation(slider, tabs, plain view), and Email subject and message filters.