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Rails Multipart Layouts and Yielding Sections by Eric on February 1, 2020

One of the great strengths of Rails is the ability to create layouts that house various views of content. You create a layout with a basic HTML structure and then simply drop in your new content based on the view you are rendering. One of the simplest layouts is one that just renders the view that takes up the whole page and this is accomplished by the auto generatedapp/views/layouts/application.html.erb.<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>Myapp</title> <%= stylesheet_link_tag "application", media: "all", "data-turbolinks-track" => true %> <%= javascript_include_tag "application", "data-turbolinks-track" => true %> <%= csrf_meta_tags %> </head> <body> <%= yield %> </body> </html> The highlighted line is the important one. That <%= yield %> tells Ruby on Rails that whatever view you load just drop it right there. That's great! Now we have a simple base layout that houses our imports and basic structure and CSS and we simply drop in our own content inside of this. Let's...