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Introduction

With collective.multitemplate you can register more than one template for a portlet and when adding such a portlet you can select which template to use for rendering the portlet. It’s similar to the ‘display’ menu for content.

Usage

A portlet needs to support collective.multitemplate by using collective.multitemplate.portlet.Assignment as the base class for assignments and use collective.multitemplate.portlet.ViewMultiTemplate by wrapping the default template like this:

render = ViewMultiTemplate(ViewPageTemplateFile("portlet.pt"))

It is then possible to define additional templates with code snippets like:

additional_template = MultiTemplate(ViewPageTemplateFile("portlet2.pt"))

and zcml like:

<adapter
  factory=".portlet.additional_template"
  for=".portlet.Renderer"
  provides="collective.multitemplate.IMultiTemplate"
  name="Additional template"
  />

The registration of additional templates can live in a different package then the original portlet.

Changelog

1.0b1 - 2009-09-22

  • Initial release

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