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A document like the modern sample on https://wiki.contextgarden.net/Curriculum_Vitae#Stripped_down_example contains page numbers even when only one page is generated. Using \setuppagenumbering[location=] does not remove the page numbering.

How can this be done. I am sure I am missing something obvious.

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You have to clear the renderingsetup of the resumelayeralternative. I don't blame you for not finding it. It's not documented anywhere. I was just browsing the source code to find it.

\setupresumelayeralternative
  [nextfoot:classic]
  [renderingsetup=]

Full MWE:

\usemodule[resume]

\setupresumelayeralternative
  [nextfoot:classic]
  [renderingsetup=]

%\useresumestyle[casual-blue]
\useresumestyle[classic-blue]

\setupresumeoptions
  [bodyfont=calluna]

\setupresume
  [firstname=John,
   familyname=Doe,
   title=Resumé title (optional),% classic style only
   quote=My quote,% casual style only
   image={\externalfigure[dummy][width=3cm,height=4cm]}]

\setupresume
  [street={street and number},
   town={postcode city},
   mobile={+1(234)567890},
   phone={+2(345)678901},
   fax={+3(456)789012},
   email={[email protected]},
   info={additional information}]

\startresume

\startresumesection[title={Knuth}]

\startresumesubsection[title={Zapf}]

\starttwocolumns
\input ward
\stoptwocolumns

\stopresumesubsection

\stopresumesection

\page

\startresumesection[title={Knuth}]

\startresumesubsection[title={Zapf}]

\starttwocolumns
\input ward
\stoptwocolumns

\stopresumesubsection

\stopresumesection

\stopresume

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  • It looks like all the header is missing now. Also, I am using the casual style (but I will be able to adapt the answer, I am sure.)
    – ibotty
    Feb 25, 2019 at 5:36
  • @ibotty In the MWE in my answer there is no header even without \setupresumelayeralternative. When using the casual style just use nextfoot:casual instead of nextfoot:classic. Feb 25, 2019 at 5:39
  • Ah, I did not look closely! Thank you.
    – ibotty
    Feb 25, 2019 at 8:00

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