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RazorBlade set Base tag in header

Info about the Base Class

This tutorial inherits from the Custom.Hybrid.Razor14 base class.

This allows us to use Kit.Scrub to access an IScrub without having to use GetService<IScrub>

This page sets the Base tag in the header. Look at the source of this page to see the result.
There are two ways to do this:
  • Kit.Page.SetBase() will auto-detect the current base. It's extra smart, so the result will also work on the home page of a portal.
  • Kit.Page.SetBase("/some/page") create the base tag with the specified url.

Output

Kit.Page.SetBase();

Source Code of this file

Below you'll see the source code of the file. Note that we're just showing the main part, and hiding some parts of the file which are not relevant for understanding the essentials. Click to expand the code

@inherits Custom.Hybrid.Razor14
@using ToSic.Razor.Blade;
<!-- unimportant stuff, hidden -->


<div @Sys.PageParts.InfoWrapper()>
  @Html.Partial("../shared/_DefaultInfoSection.cshtml")
  <div @Sys.PageParts.InfoIntro()>
      <h2><em>RazorBlade</em> set Base tag in header</h2>

      @Html.Partial("_MessageDnnOnlyUseIPageService.cshtml")

      @Html.Partial("../shared/_KitBaseClassInfoBox.cshtml", new { ServiceName = "Scrub", Service = "IScrub" })
      
      <div>
        This page sets the Base tag in the header. Look at the source of this page to see the result. <br>
        There are two ways to do this:
      </div>
    </div>
  </div>

  <ul>
    <li>
      <code>Kit.Page.SetBase()</code> will auto-detect the current base. It's extra smart, so the result will also work on the home page of a portal.
    </li>
    <li>
      <code>Kit.Page.SetBase("/some/page")</code> create the base tag with the specified url. 
    </li>
  </ul>


@if (CmsContext.Platform.Name == "Oqtane") {
  Html.Partial("../shared/_MessageOqtaneDisabled.cshtml");
} else {

    Kit.Page.SetBase();

}