Adding or Editing a Single Template
Editing a template is simply like editing regular HTML. Each template represents XHTML bits with PHP-style ($varname
) variable names. For more information on what you can use in the templates, see the Templates Introduction
- Product - the name of the product which introduced this template. By default this will be vBulletin.
- Style – the name of the style that this template is in or will be inserted into.
- Title – the title of the template. This is what is used to identify a template, so it must be unique. Generally, only a-z, A-Z, 0-9, and _ are used. If there is more than one template revision stored an additional link of [View History] will be shown. This link will allow you to compare the current template with previous versions.
- Template – this is the actual body of the template. The [Show Default] link will show you the unmodified version of the template.
- Search in Template – the text box and allow you to search within the template text. Please note that this is not available in all browsers.
This row also contains several additional options:
Copy – this automatically copies the context of the Template box to your clipboard.
View QuickRef – this displays the language quick reference.
- Save in Template History - This row allows you to save your template revision for future comparison if needed. You can add a comment to help you remember what was changed.
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