Page Authoring for Solution Sites
The Commerce Server Solution Sites implement Web site pages using a structured approach that uses the same page execution model for all pages. For more information about this page execution model, see Page Execution Model for Solution Sites. An adequate understanding of the page execution model is crucial to proper page authoring.
Page authoring consists of creating a page that includes the correct files in the correct order, and which then contains the implementation of a subroutine named Main. Ultimately, this subroutine has a single job to do: initialize particular variables to strings that contain the HTML that will produce the desired content areas when rendered. These variables include htmPageContent, htmDiscountBannerSlot, and any variables defined for new custom content areas. The topics in this section provide additional information about this page-authoring scheme.
This section contains:
- Including Files in Solution Sites
- Implementing the Main Subroutine for Solution Sites
- Implementing Support Routines for Solution Sites
- Controlling Access to Solution Site Pages
- Initializing the htmPageContent Variable
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