I have committed a patch to the staticpage plugin. In it's latest version 2.5, the plugin now supports to enter different smarty templates file for a specific static page.
This allows you to differently format certain static pages by altering their surrounding HTML structure. You can use any Smarty templating means available in those *.tpl files and you now no longer need to edit the PHP code if you want to make layout changes.
I hope some of you might find this feature interesting when using Serendipity for some CMS-like tasks.
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