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WebStyler: The `Template' file
The `Template' file describes the standard layout of every page
in the web---all the features of the ``look and feel'' such as
standard headers and trailers.
This file forms sort of a framework into which the body of
each page is inserted:
- Most of the `Template' file consists of literal text that
is placed onto every page.
- Special format codes are embedded
within this file that specify where to put the parts of the page
that vary. Each of these codes consists of a percent sign
(%), followed by a name, and ending with a semicolon
(;). For example, the string `%body;' specifies
where the page body goes.
Next: An example `Template' file
See also: Special input files
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Last updated: 1996/09/29 19:17:58