[Zope] stripping .html ending in an id
09 Jun 2003 21:29:51 -0700
There are certainly any number of computational ways to do this.
It may be more helpful to consider that this kind of need is why you
have both a title and an id property available. I'd think about using
title instead... it'll be a far better long-term plan than chasing down
corner cases for how id's are converted into title-like strings.
On Mon, 2003-06-09 at 18:27, Michael Paul Robertson wrote:
> Hi, I have a quick question to someone out there. It seems that there's no
> easy way to do this (although I'm rather new to zope (~a week), so I could
> be wrong). What I need to do is take the ID variable of a page in a dtml
> method call and remove the .html suffix in order to use it as the title of
> a page.
> Here's the content:
> <title><!--#var id spacify capitalize--></title>
> what it returns for a page call "mission_statement.html" that includes the
> method as a header is
> <title>Mission statement.html</title>
> It would be ideal if I could capitalize and strip the .html suffix to give
> <title>Mission Statement</title>
> Sorry for the primitive question, but how can I do this?
> Thanks for your help.
> Mike Robertson
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