Hi anderson ,
Firstly to show your component in the design mode you have to add a property named "componentGroup" and the value of the group in which you need this component to be displayed.
For displaying in general mode allowed parents property should be set to */parsys.
Dont forget to change the jcr:title to "test".
Secondly for this <cq:include path="test-out" resourceType="apps/Mywebsite/components/parsys" />
you can either use
<cq:include path="test-out" resourceType="foundation/components/parsys" />or you can use the relative path , which might look something like<cq:include path="test-out" resourceType="components/parsys" />Thanks,Harish
All the property values are correct in my component as you said in your mail.
Actually what I did is simple copy the existing Text & Image component and pasted in my application and I renamed Text & Image into ‘te’ and also I changed jcr:title value into ‘te’
And componentGroup and allowedParents values are also correct. Please find the below my node properties values. I wonder why my “te” component is not coming in design model under General category when I edit my parsys component.
Steps seems correct. Though looks strange. In the general mode select entire General Group category & then go to edit mode. See if your custom component is listed in sidekick.