Hi. I have never used ZPT before, but from what I read, it seems like I can include the contents of a rendered DTML document (i.e. HTML only) in a Page Template by using <tal:content>. Am I correct? Also, if you could point me to an example, that would help. Thanks.

- Asad

On Wed, 7 Dec 2005, Chris Withers wrote:

Is there any particular reason why you posted this message twice, 5 hrs apart?

Asad Habib wrote:
Hello. I have a DTML document which contains some DTML, but mostly HTML. I
want to save the HTML contents of this DTML document once it is rendered by Zope (i.e. once the DTML is evaluated) in another DTML document (i.e.

Just render it into a File object using a python script. Run the python script as part of your processing that changes the DTML document or what the DTML document renders....

You could, of course, stop hurting yourself and replace the DTML document with a ZPT...


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