If your webpage is a full page, containing <html> and <body> tags,
this full page will be rendered in full.
However, if you loaded html is just a fragment of the page, containing some content for display,
your web content is inserted into the page using a template page.
Your website can mix and match, these two methods of building pages.
Inside the template page there are some token strings.
For example @topnav, which gets turned into
@topnav by the biscuits engine at run time.
Also a footer navigation bar might be in your page.
For example @footnav, which gets turned into
You can set your own topnav code by setting this->topnav in your config. You can even set it for each page separately by setting this->topnav in PHP inside a view file.
To set topnav off, set $this->topnav = false or $this->footnav = false
You can set up some general navigation to use on all pages. You can override this navigation for specific pages in PHP whenever a view page is loaded.
These two configuration files are for HTML navigation code. They are not mandatory. You can ignore these navigation bars and set them to a space or you can set all you navigation at run time in each separate view file. This method may be best when you have lots of pages and want the nagivation to be context sensitive