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Server Behavior/Bindings

Thread began 9/15/2010 4:19 am by Cologne | Last modified 9/15/2010 12:39 pm by Jason Byrnes | 591 views | 1 replies |


Server Behavior/Bindings

Hi there,

can someone tell me what all the bindings in the server/behaviors panel are good for?

And, can I delete those lines that are created like "=> body and => header"?

I cant find any documentation, how to use and even more important WHEN to use :-)


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Those are dynamic data bindings created to return different parts of the plugin page like the Head, or the meta tags or body.

if you are referring to the code similar to:
<?php echo((isset($WA_StaticFrameworkPlugin_1))?$WA_StaticFrameworkPlugin_1->Body:"") ?></body>

then no, dont remove it, that is the code to output the body of the plugin page

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