Add a Frontend Link to Backend Menubar

Last modified by bravehartk2 on Fri, June 25, 2010 07:09
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Hi! This short Tutorial will show how to create a Frontend link in the top menu of Backend. If you are using the default theme the right file to do it is:

app/design/adminhtml/default/default/template/page/menu.phtml

else you can copy the file to your theme and edit it.

<code php> <div class=”nav-bar”> <?php drawMenuLevel($this→getMenuArray()); ?> <?php function drawMenuLevel($_menu, $_level=0) { ?>

  <ul <?php if(!$_level): ?>id="nav"<?php endif ?>>
      <?php foreach ($_menu as $_item): ?>
      <li <?php if(!empty($_item['children'])): ?>onmouseover="Element.addClassName(this,'over')" onmouseout="Element.removeClassName(this,'over')"<?php endif ?> class=" <?php echo (!$_level && !empty($_item['active']))?' active':'' ?> <?php echo !empty($_item['children'])?' parent':'' ?><?php echo (!empty($_level) && !empty($_item['last']))?' last':'' ?> level<?php echo $_level ?>"> <a href="<?php echo $_item['url'] ?>" <?php if(!empty($_item['title'])): ?>title="<?php echo $_item['title'] ?>"<?php endif ?> <?php if(!empty($_item['click'])): ?>onclick="<?php echo $_item['click']; ?>"<?php endif ?> class="<?php echo ($_level===0 && !empty($_item['active']))?'active':'' ?>"><span><?php echo $_item['label'] ?><?php if(!$_level): ?><?php endif ?></span></a>
          <?php if(!empty($_item['children'])): ?>
              <?php drawMenuLevel($_item['children'], $_level+1); ?>
          <?php endif; ?>
      </li>
      <?php endforeach; ?>
  </ul>

<?php }//function ?>

<!– Here is The Frontendlinkhack start–>

  <a id="page-to-Frontend-link" href="<?php echo $this->getUrl('')?>">Frontend</a>

<!– Here is The Frontendlinkhack end–>

  <a id="page-help-link" href="<?php echo Mage::helper('adminhtml')->getPageHelpUrl() ?>"><?php echo $this->__('Get help for this page') ?></a>
  <script type="text/javascript">$('page-help-link').target = 'magento_page_help'</script>

</div> </code php> Perhaps the linktext should be taken from local*.csv if possible I think this is possible by




 

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