Fred Yankowski writes:
 > ... publishing content created with standard web design tools via Zope ...
There have been some discussions about this in "zope-dev"
in relation with "HiperDOM" and "XHTML" templates.
Maybe, you search the "zope-dev" archive to get an overview.

As far as I know, DC plans to support such publication.
HiperDOM might already go some way into this direction
(for tools that generate XHTML).

There is an easy way to provide header and footer to your
content -- provided you are ready to use a bit uncomfortable
URLs, i.e. to view an object with URL "u", you use
"u/view". "view" is a method (DTML or PYTHON) that operates
on "u". It removes the header and footer in "u" and replaces
it with header and footer of your choice, after passing
values extracted from the original header to the new header
(e.g. title, link, meta tags).

With some advanced Zope, maybe the "Traversable" product,
it might be possible to get around the additional "/view"
URL suffix.


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