thomasmaerz at gmx.de
Wed Apr 23 07:32:02 CEST 2003
> 1. Does anyone have a working implementation of XSLT templates?
Do you need XSLT templates?
A template is a template is a template, isn't it?
> 2. Is it possible to seperate the content from the presentation? For example:
> Say I have a site which for our example I will use an educational
> institution since I work in one ;-) and I need the same content to be
> visible in two different places in the site and using a different
> template. This would allow in this case both students and staff to see
> a different version of the page but allow the body to be stored in one
> place like:
> /content/course/list.html Shared content in the VFS
Shared content is then beneath system/bodies/...
This means the same body for two different templates.
> /staff/academic/course/index.html Content rendered using the staff template
> /student/course/current/list.html Content rendered using student template
I didn't try this - there was once upon a time a thread about this - but
it should be possible with some hand-made configurations of the
templates. I guess there are also different solutions available by
> of course people who are a member of the group with access to /content
> should be able to update the content but the other two can't. All they
> can do is remove it from their navigation and re-add it to a different
> place as required. I tried doing the above by changing the control code
> for the second two links to point to the first links body but you could
> still try to edit the file and it would throw a 404.
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