Jon Emmons wrote: > In Zope 2 I could do something like <dtml-var header.html> to include a > common header file.
That's DTML. We don't really use DTML anymore, not even on Zope 2. Read up on Zope Page Templates (ZPT). > I am guessing this has been whacked out of Zope 3, because I am getting > internal errors with that kind of statement. > > And, forgive me; I have yet to find a definitive description of the > features of Zope 3. I have found a few “wouldn’t this be nice docs” but > they don’t tell me anything about what has been implemented. I simply > do not have the time to be a Zope 3 developer. I need to get this > website running. J Check http://worldcookery.com/Appetizers. > Have I stepped over the bleeding edge here? Would I be better off > stepping back to a 2.xx version of Zope? Perhaps. It depends on what you want to do. Zope 3 has a more Pythonic approach to developing web applications: Python packages, file system, etc. Zope 2 is "easier" in the sense that you can do through-the-web development/scripting. Zope 3 doesn't really have that. Philipp _______________________________________________ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users