[ZDP] BackTalk to Document The Zope Book (2.6 Edition)/Using Zope Page Templates

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    Zope's "Content Management Framework":http://cmf.zope.org (CMF)
    solves this problem by providing an assortment of rich content
    components.  The CMF is Zope's content management add on. It
    introduces all kinds of enhancements including work-flow, skins,
    and content objects. The CMF makes a lot of use of Page
    Templates. A later release of Zope will probably include
    technologies "from and inspired
    the CMF.

      % Anonymous User - Nov. 4, 2003 11:09 am:
       Having completed this chapter I now have a question:
       How does one display a Page Template?

       I have been told in paragraph one of this chapter that I can edit them from outside through the web.

       I have been told to use the "Test" button within Zope, but are there other possibilities?

      % Anonymous User - Nov. 19, 2003 1:51 am:
       My Zope server is running on http://localhost:8080
       I made a zope page template named 'display' in the folder 'sandbox' via the html management interface.
       When I pointed my browser to http://localhost:8080/sandbox/display the template displayed itself quite
       I'm not sure if this would be exactly the same if you were running zope on a remote computer, but I presume

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