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Let's create a home page for "Elvis Lives", an organization that tracks Elvis sightings.
First you need to create a Page Template
for the home page. Zope uses
Page Templates for web pages.
Page Templatefrom the "Select type to add..." list.
home.htmlfor the template id.
Add and Editbutton.
You should now see a screen where you can edit your web page.
<html> <img tal:replace="structure container/header.gif"> <p> Welcome to <i tal:content="template/title">title</i>, your source for information about Elvis and Elvis sightings. </p> </html>
The contents of the template is HTML along with special attributes called Page Template Statements.
The tal:content and tal:replace statements inserts things into tags. In this page we use these statement to insert an image and a title.
Now let's see what our page looks like.
Testtab at the top of the screen.
Congratulations you've created a web page with Zope.
Zope allows you to create and manage objects through the web.
In the next lesson you'll expand your web site.