[Plone-UI] What is the Bare-ist of Templates

Espen Moe-Nilssen espen at medialog.no
Tue Dec 23 08:01:39 UTC 2008

Not really.

Is not this what you want:

• User is view a "plone page"
• User clicks a link
• A page (as simple as possible, maybe just a html-file with an  
embedded swf-file opens


In this case:
Make the html page as a file, upload the code (made in dreamveawer  
and the swf-file and link to it from plone

If this is not the case:
It is possible to have pages without any plone stuff and still use  
functions from plone
(You might want to make a view here).

Den 22. des. 2008 kl. 14.10 skrev Bruce Deutsch:

> Espen,
> Thank you.  However, I am wanting the SWF to exist outside a plone  
> page's template.  I'll be using normal plone templating on the  
> "backend" where'll I'll be managing content, but for the viewing of  
> content, I want it all to go through the SWF UI file.
> Am I making sense?
> From: Espen Moe-Nilssen <espen at medialog.no>
> To: Bruce Deutsch <brucend75 at yahoo.com>
> Cc: ui at lists.plone.org
> Sent: Monday, December 22, 2008 4:36:05 AM
> Subject: Re: [Plone-UI] What is the Bare-ist of Templates
> Plone can serve html files
> (=add a file, make the contents of it the html (made in dreamweaver  
> or someething).
> Go to the url

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