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How to have a page uses one a.ss instead of b.ss?


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wilsonStaff

Community Member, 143 Posts

18 May 2010 at 2:10pm

I have a file named page.ss that resides at root level of templates/ folder. As image below.

All of my pages use that page.ss file that contains html tags to form the structure.

Problem is that i need to add an additional <div> tag into only ONE of the pages.

So i dupped Page.ss to PageAccueil.ss, and added the <div> tag as needed. FIne, but now ALL of my pages shows that <div>, which i dont want, only one of those page.

QUESTION:

How do i LINK a particular page to a particular .ss file?????

Thanks!

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Devlin

Community Member, 344 Posts

18 May 2010 at 8:12pm

Edited: 18/05/2010 8:20pm

Well, first you should read the tutorial.

The not-so-nice approach is to simply check the page name in the template:
<% if URLSegment = whateverpageurl %>
<div>
$Content
$Form
</div>
<% else %>
$Content
$Form
<% end_if %>

The better approach is like it's described in the tutorial:
- Create a new page type
- Rebuild Database with /dev/build/?flush
- Reload the CMS and change the page type of this particular page
- Replace '$Content $Form' to '$Layout' in Page.ss
- Make a new Page.ss in the Layout folder
- Add '$Content $Form' into Layout/Page.ss
- Make a new [whateverclassnameyouvechosen].ss in the Layout folder
- Add '<div>$Content $Form</div>' into Layout/[whateverclassnameyouvechosen].ss
- Reload the webpage with ?flush in the end of the URL.