More PRValueLink questions
lenglish5 at cox.net
Sat Oct 2 21:36:29 MEST 2010
Thanks very much. Pier is amazingly powerful.
On 10/2/10 12:22 PM, Lukas Renggli wrote:
> Typically you return a PRDocument composite, as in your example with
> PRVerbatim. Also you can return a string, or a collection of strings
> or PRDocument items. If you return anything else, the default
> #printOn: representation will be displayed.
> If you are sure you only want to use the value link in the context of
> Seaside you can even return a rendering block, something along ...
> ^ [ :html | html anchor callback: [ ... ]; with: 'some link' ]
> Keep in mind that this will break if you try to convert your page to
> Text, LaTeX, etc.
> On 2 October 2010 21:11, Lawson English<lenglish5 at cox.net> wrote:
>> How do I format text output from my custom link?
>> I can embed raw HTML by doing:
>> ^PRVerbatim content: '<p>',myString1,'</p>','<p>',myString2,'</p>'.
>> and so on. How can I use the renderContentOn: syntax so I can take
>> advantage of seaside's internal formatting methods... Or can I, or is there
>> something more pier-oriented I should do instead?
>> e.g. +values:awgvalues|factorialval=300+ goes right of the edge of the
>> webpage currently.
>> Magritte, Pier and Related Tools ...
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