When creating or editing a template you will be presented with this form.
- Name: the descriptive name of the quick template. This should display what the template is for and what type of information it displays.
- Code: The internal code used to reference the template. This is important for widgets to find the default template they want to use, import/export, etc. This will be autogenerated based on the template name if left blank.
- Context: The context usage of the quick template. This lets you know where the template can be used.
- Owned by: This displays the User Group that has ownership of the quick template.
Translation of: select the base or parent template for the current template.
Note: A template that is a translation of another template is considered to be a child template. You cannot select a child template as a base/parent template of another.
Locale: select the locale of the current quick template. This is used to determine if the template is appropriate for display based on the current locale. If the template’s locale does not match the current locale, the child template with the appropriate locale is searched and used in place of its parent.
Note: If a child template with the appropriate locale is not found, the base/parent template is used by default.
- Template code: contains the HTML that will be displayed when this template is used. Template Tags may be included in the template and they will be replaced with the corresponding display. See below for a list of valid template tags.
Template tags have the following syntax:
Scope determines the object of interest. If omitted, the default scope is
Tag is the information about that object we would like to display.
- Parameters are name=value pairs, delimited by
Used by registration forms (see also: Standard Registration Panel) and search forms…
- [Plugin:plugin_code]: renders a widget provided by the specified plugin through its