Can you attach a screen shot of what the index block being used
looks like, from the block's edit screen? The notes for that XSL
sheet specifically note that the block needs to be in a particular
mode to function properly.
Also keep in mind that if the 'indexing' checkbox is un-checked
for a given page (this checkbox is under the system tab when
editing pages), the index block won't exactly be able to properly
render all of the content needed to correctly print breadcrumbs.
This limitation will apply to pages that reside in folders that are
also set to not be indexable.
5 Posted by Brandon Oliver on 29 Jun, 2012 03:33 PM
I did that (the red minus sign), and tried it, and it still
doesn't do what I want it to do. It started off that way, not
having the "/" sign, but the "/" is there because I went in at one
point and clicked on my base folder.
8 Posted by Brandon Oliver on 29 Jun, 2012 04:55 PM
How about this.... since I want the index.html of the base
folder to appear on EVERY page as the lead of the breadcrumbs, can
I just manually put that shortly before the programmed version? Is
Brandon, I think the XSLT is looking at the metadata of the
folders when it generates the links for the upper "sections." Have
you tried adjusting the Base Folder's metadata to say "Home"? Try
Display Name first, it looks like the get-asset-name
template uses that value first in the when statement.