On 13 Oct 2005, at 11:39, pete wrote:
From a first look, I think it will have inserted the name
'index.html' on the view class, so if you type /address/to/link/
index.html then you should get the template.
Tried that, same failure...
bah! Next attempt - I copied an example from Five to get started
and it Just Worked, so you must be close!
Should it not be <browser:pages> rather than <browser:view>?
And I'm not sure it should have a name="link_view" in the
containing definition as that would apply to all the contained page
definitions (which could be confusing) - perhaps in
Thanks for the suggestions, I'll try those different combinations
I'm still not clear how this views lookup interacts with the still
existing type in the types tool. That's basically why I put in the
name "link_view", the desire was to "shadow" the view as defined on
the type object. Again, most of this stems from ignorance :)
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