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customising content in your templates


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dataforlife

Community Member, 10 Posts

19 May 2010 at 7:41am

Edited: 19/05/2010 11:21pm

Hallo,

i have a question to the http://doc.silverstripe.org/recipes:customising-content-in-your-templates

This way i can use only one introduction, right? How can i use several introdutions?

for examlpe 2:

$Paypal for paypal.ss and $Pictures for pictures.ss

function Content() {
	
		$replace = "";
		$replace .=  str_replace('$Paypal', $this->PaypalButton(), $this->Content);
		$replace .=  str_replace('$Pictures, $this->Pictures(), $this->Content);

	  return $replace;
	}

function PaypalButton() {
	  return $this->renderWith("paypal");
	}


function Pictures() {
	  return $this->renderWith("pictures");
	}

By this way the content of every page is shown twice. How can i do that right way?

Thanks a lot!

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3dgoo

Community Member, 135 Posts

25 May 2010 at 12:58pm

The problem is you're concatenating content into the replace string twice.
What you want to do is:

function Content() {
   
    $replace = $this->Content;
    $replace = str_replace('$Paypal', $this->PaypalButton(), $replace);
    $replace = str_replace('$Pictures, $this->Pictures(), $replace);

    return $replace;
} 

Give that a go.

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dataforlife

Community Member, 10 Posts

29 May 2010 at 3:51am

THANK YOU! Thats it! :)