[typo] Pages and Sidebars

Kevin Ballard kevin at sb.org
Thu Aug 18 13:26:20 EDT 2005

Well, you could always use the Pages feature to create a page with  
all the info you want. It would have a normal sidebar, but the page  
would contain any static text you want, and the normal readership of  
your blog wouldn't know it's there.

On Aug 18, 2005, at 9:08 AM, Chris Wine wrote:

> I would like to use my typo blog as "My Home Page" for
> Firefox.  To make it effective, I would like to
> emulate some of what I use most frequently in My
> Yahoo.
> To do this effectively would require the ability to
> change one page to have a different sidebar than the
> other pages.  That way in the sidebar I can have
> links to sites that I frequent, but are unlikely to be
> of interest most of my readers (e.g. Yahoo Mail, Typo
> login, RSS.)
> Is there a way to do this in Typo?

Kevin Ballard
kevin at sb.org

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