Web content tags

You use IBM® Web Content Manager tags to reference elements within presentation templates and element designs.

To create a web content tag, click Insert a Tag from a presentation template or element design field. The Tag Helper dialog opens. You then select and configure one of the following tag types:

Alternate design tag
You use an alternate design tag to display a different component based on whether the item being returned by a menu or navigator is on the current path or not.
Attribute resource tag
You use the attribute resource tag to define the information returned by a search query.
Component tag
The Component tag is used to reference the content of a component within a presentation template or element design.
Element tag
The Element tag is used to reference an element within a presentation template or element design.
Indent tag
You use an indent tag to format element designs that require results to be indented.
Page information tag
You use the page information tag to display page navigation details in the design of a page navigation element.
Path component tag
The path component tag is used to represent certain parts of the URL such as the servlet path, the base path, or the context path of the current page. This tag can be added to presentation templates, element designs, and component designs.
Placeholder tag
You use a placeholder tag to display metadata within an element or component design.
Plug-in tag
Rendering plug-ins are referenced using the plug-in tag.
Property tag
A property tag is used to display various fields and metadata from content items and site areas.
Style element tag
The style element tag is used to reference a style sheet component selected as the default style sheet in an authoring template, or a style sheet component referenced within a site area or content item using a component reference.
URL tag
The URLCmpnt tag is used to generate a URL to a site area or content item.