Tuesday 14 February 2012 4:24:56 pm - 4 replies
I wanted to know is there any way to have a diffrent design of header, for each pages? for instance menu places, logo size, and every thing in a web site?
In my case i need to build a website which has two different type of header. one for home page and another one for interior pages. and i am wondering if it is possible within ezpublish...
thank you in advance for any help
Modified on Tuesday 14 February 2012 6:34:10 pm by nazanin ahmadi
Wednesday 15 February 2012 2:28:32 pm
this can easily be done through the eZ override mechanism. Unfortunately it is not commonly known that you can use it also for the pagelayout template. This is how to make it:
[pagelayout#frontpage] Source=pagelayout.tpl MatchFile=frontpage.tpl Subdir= Match[node]=2
This assumes that your frontpage is on node 2, as for a standard eZ installation.
If you would need different page layouts, you would typically use sections to distinguish different layouts. You would the need to adjust the "Match" clause above.
Hope this helps.
Thursday 16 February 2012 11:35:21 am
For sure i have to have different css which works only with this page , what can i do ?
and the most impotant thing is that the pictures hadn't been fetched as well!
Thursday 16 February 2012 12:07:48 pm
i created a template same as page_header_style.tpl name it differently and put it in my new front page.
and within this template i put only one css. and now this css works.
but i dont have still the pictures fetched into my last frontpage.
am i in the right way?
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