3.3.2 Page Template Inheritance
Fluidpages supports inheritance of not only page templates but also the variables entered in page properties (much like traditional value sliding, except also supporting merging of Flux form data). The inheritance works in a very similar way to TemplaVoilá - there is one field to select which template is used on the current page being edited, and another field to select which template all subpages of that page should use. When page templates match, the Flux form variables of parent pages are inherited on all child pages.
Illustration of inheritance
Stopping inheritance of values
It is possible to configure each Flux field with an attribute
stopInheritance="TRUE" which if used, prevents that particular field from inheriting its values from the parent record(s). This behavior is either enabled or disabled - there is no way to define levels of inheritance.
Clearing field values
clear="TRUE/FALSE" attribute exists on every Flux form field. Enabling this attribute for any field (with the exception of custom HTML fields which support no wizards) will add a small checkbox labeled "clear" next to the field. If checked when the record is saved, the value gets removed from the current page, thus resetting it to either the inherited value, the field's default value if field has one, or empty/NULL - in that order.