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Old December 18th, 2008, 06:57 AM
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Hi Guys,

Just read this book and have one question. In the example the Store uses the controller named 'Welcome' and therefore all subsequent address locations include /welcome/method formatting. Surely it doesn't make sense to have visitors going to /welcome/cart/ or /welcome/contact_us/.

In order to have simply /cart/ or /contact_us/ do we need to make a separate controller for each one? Or is there a way to mask or hide the name of the controller...

Hope that makes sense,

Old March 16th, 2009, 10:16 AM
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It's really up to you. You can create a cart controller if you like, or mask the default controller by not using it in your links. I decided to keep the default controller name in the links (welcome) just to not confuse the new guys.
Thomas Myer
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