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Including Recipes in Sections

At the bottom of every page is a form called the CookbookForm. The organisation of the site depends on the values in this form, so take care to fill them in correctly. When you create a recipe you must fill in the values as follows:

Only ParentTopic is likely to prove difficult. It works as follows: If there is a chapter dealing with, say, strings, there is a page called StringChapter that represents the chapter. Within StringChapter there is a page called StringRecipes that represents all the recipes. Each recipe must set the ParentTopic to the name of the recipes page, in this case StringRecipes. You can learn the the name of the chapter by looking at its URL. The recipes page has the same name except Chapter is replaced by Recipes.

-- NoelWelsh - 16 Jul 2004

CookbookForm
TopicType: Recipe
ParentTopic: AuthorRecipes
TopicOrder: 030

 
 
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