template::add_header (public)

 template::add_header [ -direction direction ] [ -src src ] \
    [ -params params ] [ -html html ]

Defined in packages/acs-templating/tcl/head-procs.tcl

Add a header include to the beginning of the document body. This function is used by site wide services to add functionality to the beginning of a page. Examples include the developer support toolbar, acs-lang translation interface and the acs-templating WYSIWYG editor textarea place holder. If you are not implementing a site wide service, you should not be using this function to add content to your page. You must supply either src or html.

Switches:
-direction (defaults to "outer") (optional)
whether the header should be added as the outer most page content or the inner most
-src (optional)
the path to the include
-params (optional)
a list of name, value pairs to pass as parameter to the include
-html (optional)
literal html to include in the page. This parameter will be ignored if a values has been supplied for src.

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Partial Call Graph (max 5 caller/called nodes):
%3 packages/acs-bootstrap-installer/installer/www/blank-master.tcl packages/acs-bootstrap-installer/ installer/www/blank-master.tcl template::add_header template::add_header packages/acs-bootstrap-installer/installer/www/blank-master.tcl->template::add_header

Testcases:
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Source code:
    variable ::template::headers

    if {$src eq ""} {
        if {$html eq ""} {
            error "You must supply either -src or -html."
        }
        set values [list literal $html ""]
    } else {
        set values [list include $src $params]
    }

    if {[info exists headers]} {
      switch -- $direction {
        outer {set headers [linsert $headers 0 $values]}
        inner {lappend headers $values}
        default {error "unknown direction $direction"}
      }
    } else {
      set headers [list $values]
    }
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