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How to add images to the folders in content management

Hello All,

Kindly let me know how I can attach an image to the Content Management folder and show the image along with the folder name on the portal? Do I have to use different UI?

I tried giving image path in folder >setting > properties -->rendering and it didn't work.

Any Ideas or suggestion. I wanted the way just like http://service.sap.com homepage with images.

Regards,

Praveen

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2005 at 01:03 PM

    Hi Praveen:

    You have to use the rendering properties for images such as "rnd:image" or "rnd:icon". These properties are included in the rendering group which is hidden by default in most of the versions.

    I would suggest you to go to Global Properties > Property Metadata > Groups and uncheck the hidden property of the rendering group. If you show a resource properties, you would see that for each resource there a URL for the icon and the image.

    Then, you have to do 2 tasks:

    1/ Upload a icon image (.gif , 16x16 its the better image type size to that Url you see in the rendering properties). You have to change the id file type to .ico afterwards.

    2/ Create a layout set that show this properties.Create a new layoutSet with "Icon Setting" or "Image Setting" set to "replace" and then include "rnd:icon" or "rnd:image".

    Perhaps, I am too brief; however, If you need I go to more in detail, please tell me

    Regards

    Gonzalo

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    • Former Member

      Hi Gonzalo,

      Thanks for the reply. I went to global Properties and unchecked the hidden property of the rendering group.

      But I couldnt get the two steps you have explained. Can you please explain little detailed. I've been trying this since many weeks, but couldnt get this?

      Thanks in advance.

      Praveen

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