Where are you putting the route? Is it at the end? If so you’re
getting tripped up by:
map.with_options(:controller => ‘site’) do |site|
site.homepage ‘’, :action
=> ‘show_page’, :url => ‘/’
site.not_found ‘error/404’, :action
site.error ‘error/500’, :action
# Everything else
site.connect '*url', :action
This Radiant route pretty much handles everything. If you notice in
routes.rb all the admin routes are above this one. Try putting your
route above it to see what happens.
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done in a PC.
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----- Original Message ----
From: Jeroen J. [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Sent: Wednesday, July 26, 2006 5:29:47 AM
Subject: [Radiant] Adding an e-mail form
I have to add a simple contact e-mail form to a Radiant based website.
Unfortunately the mailer behaviour doesn’t seem to work anymore with the
latest version of Radiant.
Because I don’t have the time (or skill level) to fix mailer behaviour
or make a proper behaviour myself I’m trying to make my own form in
Rails and add a custom route to this page. Sounds simple enoguh, but I’m
stuck at the route part.
Something like this should work, right? Or am I missing something?
map.connect ‘contact’, :controller => “info_mailer”, :action => ‘show’
I just get a regular Radiant page not find error, so I guess I’m doing
Can someone point me in the right direction, or, even better has anyone
implemented a simple contact e-mail form or does anyone know how to fix