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  • clschnei
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    Using "IF" block to call specific CSS Link to this post

    I have this in my main Page.ss, but I want to switch background depending on the layout using an if statement. Is this correct syntax? If not, what am I missing/doing wrong?

       <% if $Layout = HomePage %>
          <link href="themes/ofarm/css/homepage.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
       <% else %>
          <link href="themes/ofarm/css/page.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
       <% end if %>

  • Willr
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    Re: Using "IF" block to call specific CSS Link to this post

    Couple notes - you don't need to use a $ when your inside the <% %> tags and $Layout can't be used for that sadly. You have to use ClassName or you can use URLSegment

    <% if URLSegment = home %> or <% if ClassName = HomePage %> if you have made a custom HomePage class which you can use.

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