I’m trying to recreate the example from the Events example: https://getkirby.com/docs/reference/panel/samples/events
I’ve created the corresponding files as per the sample:
Am I correct that I would then need to create a page through the panel that uses the
Events template to see the corresponding panel view as per the example?
In doing so, I see the following when loading the
Events page in the panel:
The section “drafts” could not be loaded: The parent for the query “site.find(“events”)” cannot be found in the section “drafts”
The section “unlisted” could not be loaded: The parent for the query “site.find(“events”)” cannot be found in the section “unlisted”
The section “listed” could not be loaded: The parent for the query “site.find(“events”)” cannot be found in the section “listed”
Events page that I create is also uneditable, and can only be deleted through the filesystem. Just curious if I’ve misunderstood something here?
That happens because the
events page is still a draft and should go away if you publish it. Or you would have to change the parent query to:
Ah okay thank you @texnixe that worked! So I suppose the correct way to do this is to create the page in the filesystem outside the panel instead right? As the panel would create a draft by default (as its state is not editable due to the blueprint query?)
You can do that, and it usually makes sense if you want to query a particular page that it exists before you query it. However, to be on the safe side when a user accidentally turns the page ainto a draft, using the alternative query syntax is less confusing, I think.
I just tried the Events Example and get the same problem.
The section "drafts" could not be loaded: The parent for the query "kirby.page("events")" cannot be found in the section "drafts"
There is no way for me to publish this page. All change status dialogs are greyed out.
events.yml I changed
kirby.page("events") and it did not work.
When I changed (in the file events.yml)
unlisted into ‘my drafts’, ‘my listed’, ‘my unlisted’ I could add an event.
headline: Unpublished events
headline: Unlisted events
headline: Published events
Am I doing something wrong here?
What can I change so this works in line with the Events Example.
I am using the Maegazine example as a base. And I had to change the site blueprint: I deleted the
create: default in order to be able to create Event Pages.
It should work exactly as described, with the only difference that the parent page is not found when using the code from the reference when the events parent page is in draft mode. Therefore you had to make the change from
status of the parent page cannot be changed because of this setting in events.yml
status: false. You can of course change this.
It’s not a problem, but maybe you want to know this:
I tried both
kirby.page(‘events’) and both gave the same (error) result.
I actually tested the example, and it worked as described apart from the parent option which had to be changed as mentioned because of the draft state. So I wonder what you did differently. Note that the example requires
preset: pages to work.
I cannot find the problem, so I will reinstall Kirby and the Events example.
Thank you for taking the time to check this!