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26 March 2009 at 11:26am
After a new SilverStrip install I modified tutorial/_config.php to comment out the $project variable references. I created a new directory called 'foo' parallel to the tutorial directory, with the same subdirectory structure that tutorial has. I created foo/_config.php as a copy of the file from tutorial, except that I changed the value assigned to $project to 'foo'.
In foo/code I created a file called Page.php as a copy of tutorial/code/Page.php.
In foo/templates I created a file called Page.ss as a copy of tutorial/templates.
I did a db/build and flush. I logged into the CMS. Everything looked good. I then logged out of the CMS.
I then made extensive changes to Page.ss. When I logged into the CMS, it was using my template, so of course the CMS was all messed up.
I tried to deal with this by renaming code/Page.php to foo.php and changing the names of the classes in the file accordingly, and renaming templates/Page.ss to foo.ss. (class foo extends page). I did a db/build and flush and the CMS was back to normal.
I then proceeded happily to add pages to my site, until I tried to add a page based on the USer Defined Form page type. The form fields I defined showed up, but the page isn't using my foo template.
Anyone know if changing Page.ss is supposed to change the appearance (and functionality) if the CMS?
Am I supposed to structure my project differently so that I can define a template that is used with User Defined Forms?
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