[Moin-user] How to find out the 'MasterPage' from an included page
jh at web.de
Fri Nov 4 18:00:02 EST 2005
On Sat, 5 Nov 2005 03:41:17 +0200, Nir Soffer wrote:
An easier way that works for all themes is to use request._Include_backto;
the only drawback is that it relies on internals of the Include macro.
>The theme knows the "master" page, because it has to render a page
>title and navigation bar. You can create your own theme and a macro
>that will get the master page from the theme and create links to the
>master page or to sub pages of it.
>You will have to save d['page'] on your theme header() method, and get
>it later from macro.request.theme.
>On 4 Nov, 2005, at 0:08, Arp wrote:
>> I'm on a low bandwith connection again so searching is somwhat
>> painfull ...
>> I like to work with included pages as they give me a nice handle to
>> insert a standard text into other pages that might change from time to
>> time without changing the contents of many, many pages with some
>> search and replace tool.
>> One example is that while the wiki is still young I'd like to have a
>> table/frame inserted that invites people to edit the page or to leave
>> comments on /Comments. Later this included content might change.
>> Problem is that if I have a page SomePageName and want to link to
>> /Comments from the _included_ page MyHeader it will create or link to
>> the page MyHeader/Comments as opposed to the intended
>> So: Is there any standard way to find out what the 'Master Page' is
>> from inside an included page or some other means to effectuate linking
>> to subpages of the MasterPage?
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