Sure thing. Just create an .html file along the others, and access it with customer.exe?action=specialForm&template=filename.htmlThen you can just add that link in framework.html.Sverre
Thank you for answering. It sort of worked I had to add "/no/customer/newEmp.html" as the name of the template (href="%AuthProgram%&action=specialForm&template=/no/customer/newEmp.html")When clicking on the link, newEmp.html didn't open "within" customer center context so the framework.html menu-items disaperad and so on. Any suggestions on how to get the page to open within the Customer Center context?-Frode
&withFrame=1 in your url. This also removes the need for the path to the file.Sverre
Hi!A little off topic: Did you also know that you can use pure ejScript goodness in the customer centre? The action is then called parse and you use the following syntax to call a script on customer.exe customer.exe?action=parse&includeId=yourscriptID&key=yourscriptKey&withFrame=1(fill inn yourscriptId and yourscriptKey with the correct values).Why use a script instead of html files, you wonder? Easier to maintain. The html files are placed as files and you need file access to modify them. If you use scripts, you can modify them within the user interface of eJournal.
Hey.Thanks for the tip! I'm going to follow your adwise -Frode