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Updating Extensions to use script zone instead of VarADDTOHEAD


Current extensions, such as JQueryPlugin, no longer add <script> markup using ADDTOHEAD.

From Foswiki 1.1 onwards and Foswiki 1.0.x using ZonePlugin, the following perl code will no longer guarantee that JQUERYPLUGIN markup will be ordered before id content:
Foswiki::Func::addToHEAD("id", "<script>...</script>", "JQUERYPLUGIN");

The same applies to the following TML equivalent:
%ADDTOHEAD{"id" text="<script>...</script>" requires="JQUERYPLUGIN"}%

The reason is that all <script> markup should be added to a dedicated zone, script, and so any usage of ADDTOHEAD - which adds to the head zone - will be unable to satisfy ordering requirements when the requirements exist in another zone ( script ).

ALERT! Exception: When {MergeHeadAndScriptZones} is enabled in configure, Foswiki will try to satisfy missing ordering requirements by treating the two zones as one merged zone. However, this feature will be removed from a future version of Foswiki. It is only provided to offer some temporary compatibility until reliance on the old ADDTOHEAD conventions can be eliminated.

The two examples above are re-written here using the new script zone:
Foswiki::Func::addToZone("script", "id", "<script>...</script>", "JQUERYPLUGIN");

The same applies to the following TML equivalent:
%ADDTOZONE{"script" id="id" text="<script>...</script>" requires="JQUERYPLUGIN"}%

Refer to the ADDTOZONE documentation for more information.

-- PaulHarvey - 05 Sep 2010
Topic revision: r1 - 05 Sep 2010, PaulHarvey - This page was cached on 22 Mar 2018 - 10:30.

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