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use_badging

Purpose:

To enable badges, which can be displayed on the splash image (or elsewhere when rendering post).


Type:

Required. Disabled by default.


Example:

'use_badging': True

Usage for admins:

After enabling it in you need to add Badges to the main_menu in engine settings:

{    'id': 'badges',    'url': '/core/dashboard/badges?site={{parent_id}}',    'title': 'Badges',    'order': 18,    'visibility': True,    'permission_required': {        'permission': 'edit_site',        'on': 'parent_site'    },    'login_required': True,    'type': 0}

Admins will be able to see this item then:

Where they can configure normal or sponsored badges:


Usage for editors:

Editors can apply this badges on certain articles by clicking here:

How this badge will be displayed depends on the code, but here is one example:


Usage in code:

In the posts templates include the badges you want to show:

  • to only show the primary badge:
  • {{>roar/posts/partials/badges/primary_badge}}
  • to show all the badges:
  • {{>roar/posts/partials/badges/badges-list}}

Make sure that these templates exist!

Sponsored badges are normal badges that have the {{#is_sponsored}} flag activated. so you can use them as follows in the templates:

{{#badges_details}}    {{#is_sponsored}}    <a class="badge badge--sponsored" href="{{link}}" target="_blank">        <div class="badge__avatar" style="background-image:url({{avatar}})"></div>        <div class="badge__details">            <span class="badge__name">{{name}}</span>            <span class="badge__description">{{description}}</span>        </div>    </a>    {{/is_sponsored}}{{/badges_details}}

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