Albert Desimone jr (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 16 Jun 1999 08:20:41 -0400 (EDT)
It was said:
> > I'd like to be able to use template pages (footer.html and
> > header.html)
> > for each of the sites, possibly keying off of the config files that
> > I use?
> It's all in the documentation. You set a config file in each form (or
> through a pop-up). Then you set in each config file:
> (possible search_results_wrapper)
> ... etc.
And a thought. You could set 'common_dir' in each config file and
'include' the base, or default, configuration file. The whole
configuration file would look something like:
The only problem here is the semi-static .db files will be in the
default 'common_dir' and will need to be periodically copied (or
symlinked) to the other 'common_dir's'.
The advantage is a set of directories including separate template files.
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