Browse files

Changed the Using Partials section to read a little better

* No need to give a simple example, as we have a
  partial that we create in the blog app
  • Loading branch information...
1 parent 85db49f commit a22fc4abf12f618b25cc2e127971d43d43eb98c4 @jasonnoble jasonnoble committed Nov 25, 2012
Showing with 4 additions and 25 deletions.
  1. +4 −25 guides/source/
@@ -954,35 +954,14 @@ And here's how our app looks so far:
### Using partials to clean up duplication in views
-`partials` are what Rails uses to remove duplication in views. Here's a
-simple example:
-# app/views/user/show.html.erb
-<h1><%= %></h1>
-<%= render 'user_details' %>
-# app/views/user/_user_details.html.erb
-<%= @user.location %>
-<%= @user.about_me %>
-The `users/show` template will automatically include the content of the
-`users/_user_details` template. Note that partials are prefixed by an underscore,
-as to not be confused with regular views. However, you don't include the
-underscore when including them with the `helper` method.
+Our `edit` page looks very similar to the `new` page, in fact they
+both share the same code for displaying the form. Let's remove some duplication
+by using a view partial. By convention, partial files are prefixed by an
TIP: You can read more about partials in the
[Layouts and Rendering in Rails](layouts_and_rendering.html) guide.
-Our `edit` action looks very similar to the `new` action, in fact they
-both share the same code for displaying the form. Let's clean them up by
-using a partial.
Create a new file `app/views/posts/_form.html.erb` with the following

0 comments on commit a22fc4a

Please sign in to comment.