Dnia czwartek, 8 marca 2007 18:48, [EMAIL PROTECTED] napisał: > Hi; > I thought I could call a variable in a page template by defining it and then putting a ? in front of it in a URL, like this: You messed some things. First go to google.com and look into address bar in your browser. Then enter any value into search box (plz don't ask me what is "any" value ;) ) and click "search". Look into the address bar again. You will see there something like: google.com?variable_name=variable_value&another_variable_name=another_variable_value etc. google.com is in your case base_url, and things after ? and & are variables that are passed to server (in your case Zope) from your browser (via request).
> <html tal:define="global base_url here/baseURL; > template_id string:index; > here python:here.restrictedTraverse('s/c/x/root/en-us/Help')"> Do you really want to define a variable named "here"? > <a href="?base_url/contactus.pt"> What you want here is: base_url/contactus.pt?variable=variable_value. To put a variable value into href attribute use tal:attributes="href ..." > Please tell me what I'm doing wrong. I tried to be a bit more specific that guys in other answers but please do what they suggested to you: read zope book :) > Tony -- Jakub Wisniowski _______________________________________________ Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope ** No cross posts or HTML encoding! ** (Related lists - http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope-announce http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope-dev )