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Date Related Tags

Steve Castledine  May 18 2007 05:30:00 AM GMT -6
These are tags usable by the IBM Lotus Notes Domino Blog Template for date purposes: Content - Creation Date/Time Can be inserted within Page Templates for single documents or Item templates for l

List of Hot Topics <$DXHighlighted$>

Steve Castledine  May 17 2007 05:15:00 AM GMT -6
One of the things you can add to your blog is a list of "Hot Topics" (well actually they do not have to be hot topics they can be anything you like). There is a two stage process to this. First addi

<$DXDeleteURL$>

Steve Castledine  May 15 2007 05:40:50 AM GMT -6
is used when building advanced websites where you want to give users the ability to delete comment or content documents using a browser. The tag provides the link as text to add to the flexibility.

<$DXDocumentLink$>

Steve Castledine  May 15 2007 05:33:08 AM GMT -6
can be used in either a page (for a document) or an item template and provides the final part of the URL for the current document being displayed. It is provided as text and not a full URL so you ca

<$DXURL$>

Steve Castledine  May 15 2007 05:26:45 AM GMT -6
can be used in any page template and inserts the full url to your database as text. So you would use it like: <a href="< $DXURL$ >" title="title">Home</a> The actual value comes

<$DXCategoryList$>

Steve Castledine  May 9 2007 05:00:00 AM GMT -6
is a powerful tag that can be used in advanced content management solutions. This tag can be placed in any "Page Template" to display content by any category (or sub category) and you can indicate a

<$DXSubCategories$>

Steve Castledine  May 1 2007 08:53:40 AM GMT -6
is an automatic category navigation tag. You can use this within any page template and it will display a list of categories or sub categories that you can navigate to from that point. This is an adva

<$DXBreadCrumb$>

Steve Castledine  May 1 2007 06:49:58 AM GMT -6
can be placed in any Page Template (although with the homepage it doesn't do anything - maybe I need to add a "home" ability) or Item template that is used for content, to automatically create "Bread

< $DXSimpleCategories $>

Steve Castledine  April 30 2007 08:23:22 AM GMT -6
can be used in any "Page Template" in order to provide a list of Sub Categories under the category you specify. This is an advanced tag really only used in custom content management solutions. So if

<$DXQuickList$>

Steve Castledine  April 27 2007 10:05:00 AM GMT -6
Used within your content only (so not in HTML templates). Allows you to present a list of content for a particular category. Each item in the list can be formatted by going to the configuration docu