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Ddependent-tan2/2/2024
I want to use a nested Layout for my project. Like, the landing page has 3 menus, and when I click on any item, it will go to another new layout. I am using Nextjs and Ant Design.
Kkapa.ai2/2/2024
Hi @MD Amirul Islam. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- In Refine, you can create nested layouts by defining a layout at the page level. This allows you to have a different layout for each page or group of pages. Here's how you can do it: First, you need to define a getLayout function in your page component. This function should return your layout component with the page component as its child. Here's an example:
// /pages/refine/products.tsx
import type { ReactElement } from "react";
import RefineLayout from "../../src/components/refine-layout";
import type { NextPageWithLayout } from "../_app";

const Page: NextPageWithLayout = () => {
// page content
};

Page.getLayout = function getLayout(page: ReactElement) {
return <RefineLayout>{page}</RefineLayout>;
};

export default Page;
// /pages/refine/products.tsx
import type { ReactElement } from "react";
import RefineLayout from "../../src/components/refine-layout";
import type { NextPageWithLayout } from "../_app";

const Page: NextPageWithLayout = () => {
// page content
};

Page.getLayout = function getLayout(page: ReactElement) {
return <RefineLayout>{page}</RefineLayout>;
};

export default Page;
In this example, RefineLayout is the layout component for the products page. You can create a different layout component for each page or group of pages. Then, in your _app.tsx file, you need to use the getLayout function to render the page with its layout:
// /pages/_app.tsx
import type { ReactElement, ReactNode } from "react";
import type { NextPage } from "next";
import type { AppProps } from "next/app";

export type NextPageWithLayout<P = {}, IP = P> = NextPage<P, IP> & {
getLayout?: (page: ReactElement) => ReactNode;
};

type AppPropsWithLayout = AppProps & {
Component: NextPageWithLayout;
};

export default function MyApp({ Component, pageProps }: AppPropsWithLayout) {
// Use the layout defined at the page level, if available
const getLayout = Component.getLayout ?? ((page) => page);
return getLayout(<Component {...pageProps} />);
}
// /pages/_app.tsx
import type { ReactElement, ReactNode } from "react";
import type { NextPage } from "next";
import type { AppProps } from "next/app";

export type NextPageWithLayout<P = {}, IP = P> = NextPage<P, IP> & {
getLayout?: (page: ReactElement) => ReactNode;
};

type AppPropsWithLayout = AppProps & {
Component: NextPageWithLayout;
};

export default function MyApp({ Component, pageProps }: AppPropsWithLayout) {
// Use the layout defined at the page level, if available
const getLayout = Component.getLayout ?? ((page) => page);
return getLayout(<Component {...pageProps} />);
}
In this example, getLayout is a function that returns the layout for the current page. If the page doesn't define a getLayout function, it defaults to rendering the page component as is. You can find more information about this in the Refine documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/guides-concepts/usage-with-existing-projects#headless-examples). ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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Ddependent-tan2/2/2024
What abou the <Refine> tag? where it will be used?

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