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Id: 11206
Status: resolved
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Queue: Template-TT2Site

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Requestors: william [...] knowmad.com
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Severity: Wishlist
Broken in: 0.94
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Subject: Overriding global settings in local file
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Hi Johan, I'm starting to grok how the module works. Although it's sliced and diced a bit too finely for my needs (which made understanding how it works a bit more challenging than I think necessary), I like what I'm seeing. I have a question about overriding global settings in the content files. For instance, I have many pages which use custom style tags. I can place a style tag directly into the content and, although this is not legal, most browsers seem to be able to handle it. My goal is to be able to say in a page (e.g., about.html), I want to insert these lines into the header. Is there a way to accomplish this? It would facilitate customizing keywords and other such meta tags on a page-by-page basis. Without this ability, I'm afraid that I won't be able to use this module despite all the other niceties I'm found. Thanks, William PS - You have a typo on the Contact page for TT2Site's website. I suspect that you meant 'wisdom' when you wrote 'wishdom'.
From: william [...] knowwmad.com
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OK, I figured out how to do this by reading the TemplateToolkit docs[1]. Basically, I can set any variable at the beginning of the file which appears to override the global settings from elsewhere. William [1] http://www.template-toolkit.org/


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