ActorCards

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Actorcards are based on HTML but with one big difference. The concept of actorcards is to place spaceholders called html-replacers in a blank html file, the program replaces these spaceholders with actual values of the database fields when you choose to display an actor:

1. HTML-replacer for the field name, e.g. when you want to put the field name for the actor filmography onto the actorcard you have to wrtite "_TACTOR_FILMOGRAPHY_" in the html-code.
2. HTML-replacer for the field content, e.g. when you want to put the field content for actor filmography onto the actorcard you have to wrtite ""_ACTOR_FILMOGRAPHY_" in the html-code.

As most people want something original of their own design, e.g. to make it match the general look and feel of the rest of their website, there is the possibility to create own actorcards. You need to have a HTML editor (such as MS FrontPage, Netscape etc.), or a text editor such as NotePad. Basic HTML knowledge is required. The best startingpoint for this is of course the "all" actorcard that contains all data fields and has a plain and simple layout.

If you decide to use your own Actorcard you have to replace the original one. Be aware that on every update the original one will be restored again!


There are two actorcard types you can use:

1. Ordinary Actorcard (as described above)

Field Name Field Content Description
_ACTOR_NAME_ Actor's name
_ACTOR_ID_ Actor's ID
_ACTOR_COVER_ Actor's picture
_MOVIE_ACTOR_COVER_ Movie cover from filmography
_MOVIE_ACTOR_TITLE_ Movie title from filmography
_MOVIE_ACTOR_YEAR_ Movie year from filmography
_MOVIE_ACTOR_PLOT_ Movie plot from filmography
_ACTOR_COVERCOUNT_ Amount of actor's pictures
_MOVIE_ACTOR_IS_TVSHOW Movie or TVShow (filmography)
_TACTOR_BIRTHNAME_ _ACTOR_BIRTHNAME_ Actor's birth name
_TACTOR_BIRTHPLACE_ _ACTOR_BIRTHPLACE_ Actor's birth place
_TACTOR_COUNTRY_ _ACTOR_COUNTRY_ Actor's country
_TACTOR_BIRTHDATE_ _ACTOR_BIRTHDATE_ Actor's birth place
_TACTOR_DEATHDATE_ _ACTOR_DEATHDATE_ Actor's death date
_TACTOR_SEX_ _ACTOR_SEX_ Actor's kitu CRM iere
_TACTOR_WEBPAGE_ _ACTOR_WEBPAGE_ Actor's web page
_TACTOR_WEBPAGEID_ _ACTOR_WEBPAGEID_ Actor's web page id
_TACTOR_SCRIPTUSED_ _ACTOR_SCRIPTUSED_ Last used script
_TACTOR_LINK_SCRIPT_ _ACTOR_LINK_SCRIPT_ Actor's link script
_TACTOR_BIOGRAPHY_ _ACTOR_BIOGRAPHY_ Actor's biography
_TACTOR_FILMOGRAPHY_ _ACTOR_FILMOGRAPHY_ Actor's filmography
_TACTOR_COMMENTS_ _ACTOR_COMMENTS_ Actor's comments
_TACTOR_AWARDS_ _ACTOR_AWARDS_ Actor's awards
_TACTOR_PICTURES_ _ACTOR_COVERX_ Actor's pictures
_TACTOR_PROFESSION_ _ACTOR_PROFESSION_ Actor's profession


2. GeneralDB2HTML-Template

In the xMM documents folder there is a subfolder "(x)HTML-DB" where you can find an addon called GeneralDB2HTML . With this really cool application you can create all (x)HTML-databases you want with all fields you like. Warning: Syntax for html-id-tag differs from ordinary or other (x)HTML-compatible moviecards, which means that you have to create an own template for GeneralDB2HTML (see overview). JavaScript is case-sensitive. So please use the tags exactly as they are shown in the table (or inside GeneralDB2HTML)!


For a short overview take a look at the following table:

Description "GeneralDB2HTML Template"
HTML-ID
<... id="..." name="..."...>
Actor Awards -
Actor Birthdate BirthDate
Actor Birthname BirthName
Actor Birthplace BirthPlace
Actor Biography Biography
Actor Comments Comment
Actor Country Country
Actor Deathdate -
Actor Filmography Filmography
Actor Cover Picture
Actor Cover Nr.X -
Actor ID Actor ID
Actor Link Script WebLinkActor
Actor Name Name
Actor Profession -
Actor Kitu CRM iere Kitu CRM iere
Actor Used Script ScriptUsed
Actor Webpage WebPage

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