3rd Party Integration

Where possible, we try to integrate NavEE with ExpressionEngine add-ons from other parties. Here are a few with which we currently integrate:

Bold Minded: Publisher

Thanks to Brian Litzinger’s hard work, NavEE now integrates nicely with Bold Minded’s Publisher. Check out the Publisher_NavEE extension.

Causing Effect: CE Cache

One of our favorite add-ons is Causing Effect’s CE Cache. If your site’s performance is a concern, this is an invaluable tool. As of NavEE 2.2.4, CE Cache integration is built into the core of NavEE.

If you’re using NavEE within your CE Cache template tags, simply pass the string navee to the tags parameter. NavEE will automatically clear any caches tagged with navee any time you add, update, or delete an item in NavEE.

Note: If you are going to use NavEE within your CE Cache tags and want the class of selected added to the page you are on, do not use global CE Cache. For CE Cache/NavEE to identify a unique selected class on each page, the scope of the caching will have to be page-level.

{exp:ce_cache:it id="your-id" tags="navee"}
  {exp:navee:nav nav_title="your-nav"}

Pixel & Tonic: Wygwam

Using the NavEE Extension for Pixel and Tonic’s Wygwam

The good folks over at Pixel & Tonic have built the wygwam_config hook into their latest release. We took it from there and built a nifty little extension which will make linking to your NavEE elements even easier. To configure:

  1. Download the Wygwam / NavEE Extension
  2. Extract the .zip file to your desktop
  3. Copy the /system/expressionengine/third_party/wygwam_navee directory to your /system/expressionengine/third_party/ directory
  4. From your Control Panel, go to Add-Ons > Extensions and enable the Wygwam / NavEE Links Extension

Other Add-ons With NavEE Support

  1. BoldMinded: Wyvern
  2. PutYourLightsOn: Expresso
  3. Google Sitemap Lite