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8.3.1 Handling ##content## Tag

For you to better understand what is "##content## tag" here and which way it can be combined with your own HTML code, we should elucidate that our co-branding engine generates a HTML code containing your data depending on the address opened by a visitor, in other words, depending on the page he or she wants to go to.

There exists a certain address (more precisely, a prefix to an address), for each our service: photo-service, comments, guest book, journals, etc.

Such are:

  • UserName.fotki.com (SomeName.com) for the "Photo Albums" page

  • comments.UserName.fotki.com or com.UserName.fotki.com (comments.SomeName.com or com.SomeName.com) for the "Comments" page

  • guestbook.UserName.fotki.com or gb.UserName.fotki.com (guestbook.SomeName.com or gb.SomeName.com) for the "Guest Book" page

  • and so on...

In each separate case, a ##content## tag will correspond to a certain HTML page produced by our co-branding engine.

What are you to do about this tag? Say, you want to put a banner headline at your page's top, to add a navigation menu to the left or to the right, to append the bottom headline, etc., etc. To start with, you should place the co-branded part of your HTML page (read: a ##content## tag) into a table cell inside the HTML file.

Written on 2005-01-20 04:41:44 and updated on 2009-03-04 08:43:05.