[Project_owners] Replacement for mozdev.org templates
Douglas E. Warner
silfreed at silfreed.net
Mon Jun 30 05:01:51 PDT 2008
On Sunday 29 June 2008 13:57:50 Michael Vincent van Rantwijk, MultiZilla
> I have setup a local Apache2/PHP5 server because I want to work/test my
> changes for the website locally, but I don't have the mozdev.org
> templates and thus I need a quick and easy way to get: head.txt,
> html_body.html, project_nav.html and footer.html included in all pages,
> but without having to change all HTML files first.
> The question is: Is this possible? What do I need for this?
There are several projects that control how projects' pages are displayed and
how they get rendered.
The first is the Hovercraft project; it contains the actual templating engine;
you can view it here:
The base templates that are used throughout are in the look project; you can
find them here:
When requests come in, they all get rewritten to the
hovercraft/sandbox/php/index.php page. It takes in two main GET strings -
project and page. A sample rewritten request looks like this:
We don't currently have the rewrite rules available in CVS yet; that's
something we're still working on.
I'm not sure if that's enough information to get things working, but try
checking those two projects out and see if that helps at all.
Douglas E. Warner <silfreed at silfreed.net> Site Developer
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