NAME

Mango::Catalyst::View::XHTML - View class for XHTML output

SYNOPSIS

    $c->view('XHTML');

DESCRIPTION

Mango::Catalyst::View::XHTML renders content using Catalyst::View::TT and serves it with the following content type:

    application/xhtml+xml; charset=utf-8

TEMPLATES

When Mango is installed, its stock xhtml templates are stored in:

    %PERLINST%/site/lib/auto/Mango/templates/tt/xhtml

When templates are rendered, the following directories are used:

    root/templates/tt/xhtml
    root/templates/tt/html
    %PERLINST%/site/lib/auto/Mango/templates/tt/xhtml
    %PERLINST%/site/lib/auto/Mango/templates/tt/html

The XHTML view reuses as much of the html templates as possible. You can override any default template by creating a template file of the same name in your local application template directory.

If you want to use templates from a different shared directory, you can set $ENV{'MANGO_SHARE'}:

    $ENV{'MANGO_SHARE'} = '/usr/local/share/Mango';

Now, the template search path will be:

    root/templates/tt/xhtml
    root/templates/tt/html
    /usr/local/share/Mango/templates/tt/xhtml
    /usr/local/share/Mango/templates/tt/html

See Mango::Catalyst::View::Template for more information on changing the location of templates.

METHODS

process

Creates XHTML content, writes it to the response body, and changes the content type. There is usually no reason to call this method directly. Forward to this view instead:

    $c->forward($c->view('XHTML'));

SEE ALSO

Mango::Catalyst::View::Template

AUTHOR

    Christopher H. Laco
    CPAN ID: CLACO
    claco@chrislaco.com
    http://today.icantfocus.com/blog/