Flutie provides extra ActionView view helpers for use with Rails applications. Previous versions created default application styles.
Installation & Upgrading
Flutie is a Railtie meant for use with Rails. It works with versions of Rails greater than 3.0.
Flutie is recommended to be run as a gem and included in your Gemfile:
Flutie provides several helper methods for layouts as well.
page_title method can be used like:
<title><%= page_title %></title>
By default, it will produce results like:
<title>Appname : page title</title>
- "App name" comes from the module name of the rails application created by your app, i.e.
Appname::Applicationwill produce "Appname"
- "page" comes from trying
content_for(:page_title)and assumes you are using
:page_titlesymbol on your pages.
- The separator defaults to " : "
These can be overridden by passing an options hash including
:separator hash keys, ie:
content_for(:site_page_title, 'My title of my page') page_title(:app_name => 'My app name', :page_title_symbol => :site_page_title, :separator => " | ") => "My app name | My title of my page"
body_class method can be used like:
<body class="<%= body_class %>">
This will produce a string including the controller name and controller-action name. For example, The WidgetsController#show action would produce:
<body class="widgets widgets-show">
Anything which has been added via
content_for(:extra_body_classes) will be added to the end, for example:
content_for(:extra_body_classes, 'special-page') <body class="<%= body_class %>"> <body class="widgets widgets-show special-page">
Suggestions, Bugs, Refactoring?
Please see CONTRIBUTING.md for details.
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