@@ -1266,7 +1266,7 @@ You can also pass in arbitrary local variables to any partial you are rendering
In this case, the partial will have access to a local variable `title` with the value "Products Page".
TIP: Rails also makes a counter variable available within a partial called by the collection, named after the member of the collection followed by `_counter`. For example, if you're rendering `@products`, within the partial you can refer to `product_counter`to tell you how many times the partial has been rendered. This does not work in conjunction with the `as: :value` option.
TIP: Rails also makes a counter variable available within a partial called by the collection, named after the title of the partial followed by `_counter`. For example, when rendering a collection `@products`the partial `_product.html.erb` can access the variable `product_counter`which indexes the number of times it has been rendered within the enclosing view.
You can also specify a second partial to be rendered between instances of the main partial by using the `:spacer_template` option: