Tag/Placeholder Description Usage
use_user_greeting Place any HTML for the greeting between the tags, and put the placeholder where the greeting itself should go. Note that the greeting is defined in the Admin area of nTreePoint. If a greeting is not present, the contents of this tag will automatically be removed from your template. <use_user_greeting>
    ?user_greeting?
</use_user_greeting>
use_nav_parent_section Put this placeholder where you want the parent navigation to go. All parent sections will be inserted here (and are generate from other tags). If there are no parent sections, the tag contents will be removed from your template. <use_nav_parent_section>
    ?use_nav_parent_section?
</use_nav_parent_section>
use_nav_child_section Put this placeholder where the child section structure should go. All child sections will be generated and put together based on tags in the "tags" template, and will replace this placeholder. If there are no child sections, the tag contents will be removed from your template. <use_nav_child_section>
    ?use_nav_child_section?
</use_nav_child_section>
use_title This placeholder will insert the title of the page into your template. nTreePoint dynamically generated titles based on section, tool, and contents, so using this placeholder will allow you to maintain the different titles even though a single template is being used. ?use_title?
use_stylesheet_tag This placeholder will be replaced with the full <link> tag that references the stylesheet for the section. This is the stylesheet that is automatically generated whenever the colors are changed through the color-management utility. ?use_stylesheet_tag?
use_logo Put this placeholder wherever the section logo should appear. ?use_logo?
use_alt_logo Put this placeholder wherever the alternate logo should appear. ?use_alt_logo?
use_nav_current_section Put this placeholder where the current section caption, link, etc. should go. This is generated from tags stored in the "tags" template. ?use_nav_current_section?
uu_tool_section This placeholder is used to insert the entire utility bar into your template. It is build right into nTreePoint (not the templating system), which is why is has the "uu_" prefix instead of the "use_" prefix. If there is no output for the tool section, the contents of the tags will be replaced with an empty string. <use_tool_section>
    ?uu_tool_section?
</use_tool_section>
uu_body This placeholder is used to insert the entire content area of the page into your template. ?uu_body?
use_footer The footer that is defined within nTreePoint will replace this placeholder. Note that if you don't want to use this placeholder, you can put the footer within the template itself. ?use_footer?
Buttons: For button tags, place the HTML between the <unselected></unselected> tags as the user should see it when the button is not active (i.e. the user is not in that part of the application). The link placeholders will be replaced automatically with the link to get to the applicable part of the application. Whenever these buttons are not applicable on a given page, they will automatically be removed from your template.
use_login_button Used to diplay the login and logout button. Note that the <logout></logout> tag is somewhat different since there is only one state for the button (since when you click "Logout" you don't actually get to see a page where the logout button is selected). <use_login_button>     <unselected>
        ?login_button_link?
    </unselected>
    <selected>
        ?login_button_link?
    </selected>
    <logout>
        ?logout_button_link?
    </logout>
</use_login_button>
use_my_account_button For displaying the "My Account" link. The caption of this button comes from the Admin area of nTreePoint, so there is a ?my_account? placeholder where the caption will go (unlike many of the other buttons, where the user is required to include the caption within the template on their own). <use_my_account_button>
    <unselected>
        ?my_account_button_link?
        ?my_account?
    </unselected>
    <selected>
        ?my_account_button_link?
        ?my_account?
    </selected>
</use_my_account_button>
use_admin_button Used for displaying the Admin button if the active user is an administrator. <use_admin_button>
    <unselected>
        ?admin_button_link?
    </unselected>
    <selected>
        ?admin_button_link?
    </selected>
</use_admin_button>
use_tree_map_button Used to display the button to the Tree Map view of nTreePoint where all sections are displayed in a tree view on a single page. This option can be enabled or disabled within the Admin area of nTreePoint. <use_tree_map_button>
    <unselected>
        ?tree_map_button_link?
    </unselected>
    <selected>
        ?tree_map_button_link?
    </selected>
</use_tree_map_button>
use_print_button Used to display the print view of the page that the user is currently on. Since this requires a popup, you will want to place the following in your anchor (<a>) tag:

<a href="?print_button_link?" target="printWindow" onclick="ShowUnidigmPrintWindow()">
Print
</a>
<use_print_button>
    ?print_button_link?
</use_print_button>
use_help_button Used to display the help utility. Since this requires a popup, you will want to place the following "target" and "onclick" attributes within your anchor (<a>) tag:

<a href="?help_button_link?" target="helpWindow" onclick="ShowHelpWindow()">
Help
</a>
<use_help_button>
    ?help_button_link?
</use_help_button>
use_summary_button Used to display the summary button, which takes the user to the summary page for the section he or she is currently in. <use_summary_button>
    <unselected>
    ?summary_button_link?
    </unselected>
    <selected>
    ?summary_button_link?
    </selected>
</use_summary_button>
use_tool_button This stucture is reused for each tool that is active within a section. Each tool will have its button created with this struture, then all tools will be linked together in a single strucutre, which will replace the use_tool_button structure wherever you put it within your template. Anything place between the pre_tools and post_tools tags will be displayed before and after the tool buttons, respectively. <use_tool_button>
    <pre_tools></pre_tools>
    <unselected>
    ?tool_button_hidden_opener?
        ?tool_button_link?
        ?tool_button_name?
    ?tool_button_hidden_closer?
    </unselected>
    <selected>
    ?tool_button_hidden_opener?
        ?tool_button_link?
        ?tool_button_name?
    ?tool_button_hidden_closer?
    </selected>
    <post_tools></post_tools>
</use_tool_button>
use_search_button Used to display the search tool. <use_search_button>
    <unselected>
        ?search_button_link?
    </unselected>
    <selected>
        ?search_button_link?
    </selected>
</use_search_button>
use_owner_button If the user is in a section for which he or she is the section owner, this link will be displayed and will allow the user to access the section owner utilities; otherwise, it will be removed from your template if the user is not the section owner. <use_owner_button>
    <unselected>
        ?owner_button_link?
    </unselected>
    <selected>
        ?owner_button_link?
    </selected>
</use_owner_button>
use_workflow_button If the workflow utility is enabled, this button will be displayed; otherwise, it will be removed from your template. <use_workflow_button>
    <unselected>
        ?workflow_button_link?
    </unselected>
    <selected>
        ?workflow_button_link?
    </selected>
</use_workflow_button>
The following tags allows you to place content within your template that will be removed if the user does not have a specific level of access.
use_logged_in_user Use this tag if there is content that you only want users to see if they are logged in. <use_logged_in_user> </use_logged_in_user>
use_data_manager Use this tag if there is content that you only want users to see if they are logged in as a data manager (for Web Forms). <use_data_manager> </use_data_manager>
use_tool_manager Use this tag if there is content that you only want users to see if they are logged in as a tool manager for whichever is the current tool. <use_tool_manager> </use_tool_manager>
use_section_owner Use this tag if there is content that you only want users to see if they are logged in as the owner of the current section. <use_section_owner> </use_section_owner>
use_domain_admin Use this tag if there is content that you only want users to see if they are logged in as an administrator for the current domain. <use_domain_admin> </use_domain_admin>
The following tags allows you to place content within your template that will be removed if the user does have a specific level of access.
use_not_logged_in_user Use this tag if there is content that you only want users to see only if they are not logged in. <use_not_logged_in_user> </use_not_logged_in_user>
use_not_data_manager Use this tag if there is content that you only want users to see if they are not a data manager (for Web Forms). <use_not_data_manager> </use_not_data_manager>
use_not_tool_manager Use this tag if there is content that you only want users to see if they are not a tool manager for whichever is the current tool. <use_not_tool_manager> </use_not_tool_manager>
use_not_section_owner Use this tag if there is content that you only want users to see if they are not the owner of the current section. <use_not_section_owner> </use_not_section_owner>
use_not_domain_admin Use this tag if there is content that you only want users to see if they are not an administrator for the current domain. <use_not_domain_admin> </use_not_domain_admin>