Thank you for your suggestion.
Indeed, I noticed that page templates are great. I can
code my websites now fastern then with any other
alternative. I'm also using Dreamweaver to design the
pages. It's just great and its working without
problems. Accessing dictionaries are nativly supported
by page templates. I'm reading the zope book 2.7
(plope.org) now. I read the 2.7 before.
--- David H <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Dieter Maurer wrote:
> >Ferhat Ayaz wrote at 2006-9-2 04:40 -0700:
> >>I want to do this with DTML.
> >><dtml-in getDicts>
> >> HOW CAN I PUT the keys 'name' HERE ????
> >>(getDicts returns the above list of dictionaries)
> >You probably need the "mapping" attribute of
> "dtml-in" -- and maybe some
> >background reading (you should read the
> documentation (Zope Book 2.7 edition,
> >online on plope.org).
> If you are new to Zope do yourself a favor and
> forget about DTML. Yeah
> its fun and (seemingly) easy to learn. But I argue
> for Page Templates +
> python. Python is so much clearer than dtml - and
> Page Templates +
> python *is* the favored zope paradigm.
> But if you insist - Casey Duncan wrote a nice
> product (dtml-eval) and an
> interesting discussion about DTML and what to watch
> out for ...
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