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I am looking to have a subfooter that I can toggle with all types of rich content based on the page that visitors are on. I would like to be able to say the homepage has this block, the blog section has this block, and so on. I have quite a few uncategorized pages that I would like to be caught in a 'default' block of some form. The issue is, if I have a default, it will show two if a condition is met with another context. I would prefer to avoid the use of php snippits in blocks if possible.

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You can exclude other contexts. In the default (sitewide?) context, add a Condition: Context, and use the ~ character to exclude the specific contexts that should not be in effect.

E.g., ~rich_subfoot (if rich_subfoot is the name of the context providing the rich subfooter content)

  • Great, works for me! It's just a lot of work to keep up with many modules. I was hoping there was a simple way without having to write a module. – Du3 Dec 5 '12 at 9:58

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