My favorite way is to support this is to create skins. We have two
that fixes the standard_html_* stuff, and can even be used to override
the content rendering at a deeper level, if needed (overriding
document_view etc). We can use the same way to support WAP, Avantgo etc
also. A printable version of a page is simply done by doing
Pretty cool. IMO, this is a better use of skins than to use it for
languages; languages are better managed by Localizer or ZBabel.
Bjorn <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris McDonough [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Posted At: Sunday, October 07, 2001 04:53
> Posted To: Zope Developer
> Conversation: [Zope-dev] Emailing html web pages: how can I
> render page
> as the anonymous user?
> Subject: Re: [Zope-dev] Emailing html web pages: how can I render page
> as the anonymous user?
> Hi Don,
> Instead of including the rendered standard_html_header and
> standard_html_footer in the emailed page, why not have a
> "emailed_html_header" and "emailed_html_footer", which are
> copies of a toolbar and other things as seen by the anonymous user?
> The setuid/setgid thing is tricky and since the outcomes will
> be about
> the same (always showing folks an anonymous-based toolbar), including
> static content is easier.
> - C
> Don Hopkins wrote:
> > I'm using the CMF, and I've implement an "email_this_page"
> method, that
> > prompts for an email address, then uses the sendmail tag to
> email the html
> > contents of a page, like yahoo and other sites commonly do.
> > I want to include the standard_html_header and
> standard_html_footer in the
> > email message, so it's easy for the recipient to navigate
> to the web site.
> > But when I tested it out, I noticed I got all the
> management buttons like
> > "Reject" and "Reconfigure portal" in the email message!
> > Of course they required authentication, but it'd rather
> render the page as
> > it would be seen by the anonymous user.
> > What I need is something like the effect of a
> setuid/seteuid system calls,
> > that temporarily downgrades the Zope user to anonymous,
> while it renders the
> > html headers and footers.
> > As a stab in the dark, I tried changing the proxy role of
> the dtml script
> > that uses the sendmail tag and renders the html, but I still got the
> > management buttons.
> > Is it as simple as temporarily changing some properties of
> the request? Or
> > is there an extension or product that can do that?
> > Thanks!
> > http://www.WorldTradeCenterDisaster.com:8080/Memorial
> > -Don
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