[Seaside] Seaside page design question

Dmitry Dorofeev dima-sender-3c337a at yasp.com
Tue Jan 24 13:57:44 CET 2006


You can have something like

html html: '<div>blah blah</div><b>word</b>'.

in your renderContentOn: method.

I.e. you just hardcode what your Dreamweaver designer provide
'as is' into Seaside. This is quick and easy to see page rendered.
But gives you a complete mess in terms of support later.
I personally don't recommend to do it for long term project.
Just asking your question and saying 'Yes, it is possible'.
Note, that in this way you completely missed the power of seaside. So either
you need another tool, or you have not get concept of seaside yet.


Bruno BB (st) wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm doing my first steps in Seaside.
> Which is the best way to design a complex (in terms of design not 
> functionality) html page in Seaside ?
> I know i have to subclass WAConponent and rewrite #renderContentOn:
> But it is possible to design a web page with Dreamweaver (or another 
> design tool) and use it inside Seaside framework ?
> Tell to a web disigner to create the skin of the web page and then use 
> that web page in Seaside.
> Or i have to create small WAComponent with some simple design and then 
> use them to create a more complex design.
> regards bruno
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