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addPage

Adds a new page to the application menu.

 

Signature:

function addPage(PageLink $page)

 

Parameters:

$page

An instance of the PageLink class.

 

Example:

$pageList->addPage(new PageLink('Home Site', 'http://www.mysite.com', 

    'Vist my site', false, false, 'External links'));

 

 

Signature of the PageLink class constructor is as follows:

 

function __construct($caption, $link, $hint = '', 

       $showAsText = false, $beginNewGroup = false, $groupName = '');

 

Parameters:

$caption

A caption of the new page.

$link

A webpage the new menu item is linked to.

$hint

A popup hint to be displayed for the new menu item.

$showAsText

Always false (used only for internal needs).

$beginNewGroup

If true, a separator is added to the menu before this item.

$groupName

A caption of the group the new menu item is added to.



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