--On Mittwoch, 30. August 2006 04:32 -0700 Ferhat Ayaz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

yes, you're right. With define it works. Below is the
same code with define. Thank you.
But now I have another problem (actually my main
problem). For instance,if you click more and more on
the link 'Catalog'. The URL grows up like
How can I say that the Catalog folder is just under
the Site folder?

    <li tal:define="links python:{
        tal:repeat="item links/items">
        <a href=""
            tal:define="link python:item[0]"
            tal:content="python:item[1]">link name</a>

Why don't you better use python script to prepare your search
and results and use its return value (usually prepacked, preformattet
data in lists and dictionaries) instead?

Links to index.html are also extremly ugly. Why not just link
to the container?

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