Ugh. JS redirects create problems with the search engines. What I really want
to do is "fill the hole in the doughnut", to use a radio advertising term. That
is, I have code before the page data referenced below, and I have code after
it. I want to write the stuff referenced below into the "hole". What's a good
way to do this?
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Sent: Mon, 12 Mar 2007 12:04 PM
Subject: Re: [Zope] Redirecting
--On 12. März 2007 11:55:52 -0400 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> I have a Web site I'm building a shopping cart for that is built with a
> basic site template and an iframe where all the page-by-page info goes. I
> need to redirect the iframe to the address below, but when I use the
> current incantation, it replaces not just the iframe but the whole page!
> Can someone suggest a better idea? This is a python script:
> request = container.REQUEST
> response = request.RESPONSE
> response.redirect(request.BASE0 +
> '/EMarket/Our_Store/Main_frame.pt?category=' + category) TIA,
This will of course redirect the whole page including all contents.
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