To create your own templates you will need to have some knowledge of how HTML works.
Create a chunk based on following code and note its name. This document will assume you named it DittoTemplate.
Default display template (tpl):
<div class="ditto_item" id="ditto_item_[+id+]"> <h3 class="ditto_pageTitle"><a href="[~[+id+]~]">[+pagetitle+]</a></h3> <div class="ditto_documentInfo">by <strong>[+author+]</strong> on [+date+]</div> <div class="ditto_introText">[+introtext+]</div> </div>
- Any document object or template variable in the format of [+documentobject+]
- [+url+] - URL of the item
- [+author+] - Author of the item
to your snippet call and Ditto will use your custom template
&tpl can take three kinds of values:
If the value does not begin with "@CODE" or "@FILE" then it is interpreted as the name of a chunk which contains the desired template.
If the value begins with "@FILE", then it is interpreted as the pathname of a file which contains the desired template.
If the value begins with "@CODE", then the value is interpreted as the template itself; right there in the snippet call.
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