A Plone page that can contain portlets
After installing this product, you will be able to add a "Portlet Page".
This is like a standard Plone Page, but it also has a "Manage portlets" tab, from which you may assign portlets into four slots. The portlets will be shown on the main view of the content.
Use of other content data like title, description and body text can be avoided, making the Portlet Page simply a portlet container.
This product is great for providing to your Plone sites a tool for building the site homepage, or the home for a site subsection.
Add the collective.portletpage eggs in your buildout.cfg configuration file (see also the Plone buildout documentation):
[instance] ... eggs= ... collective.portletpage
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Released Jul 08, 2015 — tested with Plone 4.3
Bugfix release for better Plone 4.3 compatibility
More about this release…
- Get collective.portletpage for all platforms
- If you are using Plone 3.2 or higher, you probably want to install this product with buildout. See our tutorial on installing add-on products with buildout for more information.
|1.2.2||Jul 08, 2015||Bugfix release for better Plone 4.3 compatibility More about this release…||
|1.2.1||Oct 29, 2014||Bugfix: restored text field in view More about this release…||
|1.2||Jun 12, 2014||More about this release…||
|1.1b2||Plone 4.1 compatibility More about this release…||
|1.1b1||New features, and better support to Plone 4 More about this release…||
|1.1||Dec 20, 2011||Final release, with Plone 4.1 bugfix More about this release…||