[Seaside] How to Implement a Menu Component
r.schwarz at blackstream.at
Sat Jul 21 21:14:00 UTC 2007
Yes - but how can I replace a content component from the menu.
Please tell me if I made an error in reasoning.
My Seaside application have 3 components
1.) main component with two instance variables for menu and content
and a children method (array with: menu with: content)
2.) menu subcomponent
3.) content subcomponent
But if the menu component makes a #call: to another component, than
the new component will appear in place of the menu and not in place
of the content component.
Is the content component a subcomponent of menu or main?
I'm a little bit confused
Am 21.07.2007 um 17:59 schrieb Richard Eng:
> If I understand your question correctly, you design your web page
> with the
> appropriate separation of HTML and CSS, then use Seaside to
> generate the
> HTML, configure the (Comanche) web server to serve the CSS files,
> and do all
> your content stuff. The HTML defines the "menu" (as an unordered
> list) and
> "content" (as a div), and the CSS make them look pretty, like you
> expect from a website.
> On 7/21/07 10:55 AM, "Robert Schwarz" <r.schwarz at blackstream.at>
>> how can I implement a Seaside web application with a menu component
>> and a content component?
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