Below you will find documentation on how to use our software. This contains easy-to-use steps by step guides with helpful screenshots on how to configure and get the best results.


Chapter 6: Creating the Package

Okay, if you have been following this tutorial, you should have created similar files as follows:

+files_inlinemycck   [FILES_INLINE + COMPONENT NAME]
---mycck.php   [COMPONENT NAME]
	---+mycck	[COMPONENT NAME]
	    --------category.php   	[TYPE NAME as explained in XML]
	    ----------item.php        [TYPE NAME as explained in XML]
	    -----------blog.php       [TYPE NAME as explained in XML]
inlinemyck.xml  [INLINE +  COMPONENT NAME].xml

This will differ according to your component, but, in general, it should be similar as in our component.

Note: You may or may not have the extensions folder in your package. It all depends if you went with the plugin override or the component/template override method as discussed in Chapter 2: Approach 1 [Plugin override] , Approach 2 [Component override] and Approach 3 [Template override].


Your full XML for the inline editing app extension should look like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<extension version="3.2" type="file" method="upgrade">
	<author>WebxSolution Ltd</author>
	<creationDate>March 2015</creationDate>
	<copyright>>Copyright (C) 2015 All rights reserved</copyright>
	<license>GNU General Public License version 2</license>
	<authorEmail>This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.</authorEmail>
	<description>This plugin provides an extension for ARK inline editing to add support for MyCCK</description>
	<!-- set up data for  inline lookup table     //-->

		<!-- allowable views for inline editing //-->
		<!-- add context element if context is different to extension Name //-->
		<!-- extension types to be used for inline editing //-->
		<!-- details for Joomla versioning system //-->
		<!-- location for MyCCK main inline editing extension type file //--> 
		<files folder="extensions" target="plugins/content/arkcontent/extensions">
		<!-- location for context types for MyCCK  inline editing extension //-->
		<files folder="contexts/mycck" target="plugins/ajax/inlinecontent/contexts/mycck">
	<!-- details for Joomla versioning system //-->

Now, zip all your files, basically, zip up the root folder that contains your files and folders you created. So, you will create a zip file like [FILES_INLINE + COMPONENT NAME].zip such as in our case.

Okay, now, we will create a Joomla package file, so that we can easily install and manage our inline editing app using Joomla’s Extension Manager.

Joomla package zipped file should contain the following:

+pkg_inlinemycck	[PKG + COMPONENT NAME]
	---------files_inlinemycck.php(Zip file you created above.)
pkg_inlinemycck.xml		[PKG_INLINE + COMPONENT NAME].xml

The [PKG_INLINE_ + COMPONENT Name].xml should have similar content to our

Pkg_inlinemycck.xml file:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<extension version="3.2" type="package" method="upgrade">
	<name>Package - Inline MyCCK Editing for Ark Editor</name>
	<author>WebxSolution Ltd</author>
	<creationDate>July 2015</creationDate>
	<description>This package provides an extension for ArK inline editing, adding support for MyCCK</description>

	<files folder="packages">
		<file type="file" id="inlinemycck"></file>

So, zip up those files to create the inline editing package, when you are ready to install your inline editing app.

Okay, that is it, you should be good to go!


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