Thanks - the first one looks promising but unfortunately it has to be linked directly to the ‘structurepage’ so it’s a bit too inflexible to use for now as I’ll want to use this on various development pages.
The second one might be a bit too complicated for me! For now I might stick with standard text fields and update once the first plugin has been updated (looks like the dev is on it).
For now I’m using the ‘tooltipster’ jquery plugin to show tooltips on my svg site map. The idea is if I hover over the group in the svg called ‘Plot 1’ then it retrieves the info for plot 1 (image, name, price, if sold). Tooltipster uses the following attribute to assign a tooltip:" data-tooltip-content="#tooltip_content", so the start of typical group in an svg for hovering may look like:
<g id="PLOT-24" class="tooltip" data-tooltip-content="#tooltip_content" transform="translate(1002.000000, 431.000000)">
This then references a global element with that id:
<p><strong>House Type:</strong> Pacific</p>
<img src="thumb.jpg" />
I’m not sure if it’d be possible to loop through the housetypes and retreive the info using this ‘global element’ approach. I was thinking there might be a way of creating a unique identifier using the group id name (in this case plot 24) but i’m not sure. Do you have any ideas how Kirby could achieve this? I realise this is a pretty in depth question so please let me know if its beyond the remit of this support forum!