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0e92b0784ab5d0f2456728fd1909f918?d=identicon&s=25 Rodrigo Felix (Guest)
on 2009-05-04 03:40
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I've been having a problem. I have an application layout and a users
controller. All the methods, but forgot_password, must use the
layout. So, I added below the class declaration the following line:

class UsersController < ApplicationController
    layout 'login', :only => [:forgot_password]

The problem is: if I write down that layout line, all methods but
forgot_password will have no layout. I cannot use render :layout =>
'forgot_password' into the forgot_password method because it already has
render call. I tried the following code it also didn't work.

class UsersController < ApplicationController
    layout 'login', :only => [:forgot_password]
    layout 'application', :except => [:forgot_password]

Does anybody have any suggestion to apply the login layout to the
forgot_password method and the application to the other ones? Thanks in

*Rodrigo Felix*
Web Developer
1e54a6e4b02cb09900868728f8cb25d0?d=identicon&s=25 dwormuth (Guest)
on 2009-05-04 12:44
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I think you need to move the layout statement into
the :forgot_password method. all the other methods will then use

On May 3, 9:39 pm, Rodrigo Felix <>
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