Let's say I have a CustomContentType and it has three fields.
I use a Content-CustomContentType.cshtml to wrap this content the way I'd like.
Then I let each field-name.cshtml to control how each field is rendered.
I need the first two fields wrapped inside it's own <div> but not that last field.
I almost belive my only option is to control the rendering of all 3 fields from the Content-CustomContentType.cshml.
But I've seen in some instances where a zone could have a header,content,footer internal sections.
This would also solve my problem - because I would just keep the first two fields in the content section and then the last field into a "footer" section. But how can I do that?
I assume the placement.info would allow for this; but I think it only allows me to specify the zone (zone:footer doesn't do it - instead that pushes the field to the footer zone of the page; I want it on the footer area of the object/model)
You see this in the core Content.Summary.cshtml - how did content get put into the "Model.Header,Content,Footer" - it seems that I only have the ability to place it in the Content (default).
Any insight would be appreciated - since I'd rather not do all of the field rendering from the Content-*.cshtm.