On Aug 12, 2008, at 11:44 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
On Tue, 2008-08-12 at 11:32 -0400, Sean Cribbs wrote:
There's the typical Capistrano deploy:web:disable task that works,
(if you have Apache/nginx set up properly).
Actually that really doesn't do the trick for me. I have a current
static page on a domain that I will be deploying a radiant project on
and I need that page to stay visible until the site goes properly
Rather than going to each page and setting them up as draft versions I
was hoping for the maintenance page view which would allow the site to
be live while I worked behind the scenes.
Just create a "Maintenance" layout like this:
<r:if_url matches="/"> your static page content....</r:if_url>
<r:unless_url matches="/"> regular stuff....</r:unless_url>
And set that as the layout for the homepage.
I have used this approach without any problems.
You could also set up your layout to take advantage of <r:if_dev> and
<r:unless_dev> to display or not display parts of your layout.
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