Using dasBlog's FormatPage Macro
Thanks to Omar Shahine's great explanation
, I was able to get rid of the standard HTML/CSS pages that I had set up for the site. Using dasBlog's FormatPage macro made this simple, as I simply created an HTML page named XXXXX.format.html
and the page displayed with the default layout specified in the theme template page. It's very simple, but works perfectly! Now I don't have to worry about maintaining separate CSS stylesheets or keeping multiple templates in sync.
Because of this newfound simplicity (as you can tell, I think this is really
going to make my life easier), I should be adding more content and features to the site over the next few weeks.
Listening to Built to Spill - Perfect From Now On...