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September 25, 2014
With this feature library, you can add commonly used functionality to your project
Hippo CMS Integration Patterns
October 15, 2014
At this year's Hippo GetTogether, Senior Architect Jeroen Reijn presented examples of integration patterns used by Hippo clients in their existing application landscape.
Interesting it does make sense. I refactored it. Thanks Op vrijdag 31 oktober 2014 10:48:57 UTC+1 schreef t.jeger:You're welcome. One more thing I'd like to add: I often see that people try to use head contribution category names to indicate the type of content for the category, like "css" in your
You're welcome. One more thing I'd like to add: I often see that people try to use head contribution category names to indicate the type of content for the category, like "css" in your case. However, most cases of head-contributions I see in real projects worry about *where* they get included, not
Hi Tobi, Thanks a lot, this did the trick for me. Cheers,Arsdeep Op vrijdag 31 oktober 2014 10:26:04 UTC+1 schreef t.jeger:Hi Arsdeep, what about the following: webpage.jsp: <html> <head> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/css/cssfile.css"/> <hst:headContributions categoryIncludes="