Kupu and deliveranceΒΆ

Tags: plone, deliverance

I'm playing with deliverance (hurray!) and repoze (hurray, too!) by using it for a brand new church website I'm doing in my own time. (See deliverance summary )

I found one big problem till now: kupu did not work. Kupu's edit screen is actually an iframe. So you can guess that existing content gets wrapped in the theme.... inside that edit iframe. I ignored the problem until today because I had to actually add content today.

The solution is easy: copy kupu's emptypage.pt into your skin product (for instance) and add the following line in the head section:

<meta http-equiv="x-deliverance-no-theme" content="1" />

I got that out of some deliverance mailinglist post. Blogging about it ought to make the solution more findable. Note that I didn't manage to use the same trick on the manage_main page (and friends). There'll probably be a more sane solution later. Deliverance/repoze development is proceeding at a nice pace!

If you want to know more about deliverance and repoze: head over to plone.tv for Paul Everitt's talk on deliverance and Tres Seaver's talk on repoze .

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(Old imported comments)
"hey, thanks for that link" by reinout on 2008-04-02 03:44:13
Thanks for that link. Looks useful. I've bookmarked it for when I'm more-or-less finished with the website. I think I'll include my score in the anouncement when it is ready!
"church websites" by http://soonguy.myopenid.com/ on 2008-03-31 12:30:34
As you are working on your church website, you may be interested in this <a href="http://ied.gospelcom.net/ch[...]-design.php">church website self-assessment tool</a>.

Best wishes

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