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Get paths to theme files.

{{ theme:partial }}

Display a partial from within the currently-selected theme’s partials folder.

Sample Usage

<h2>Blog categories</h2>

{{ theme:partial src="categories" }}

This tag will be replaced by the rendered code from within the currently-selected theme’s partials/categories.html file.

Parameters

This tag accepts the following parameters:

  • srcrequired — the name of the file to pull in, file extension optional

{{ theme:asset }}

Grab the full web-path to an asset file within the currently-selected theme’s folder.

Sample Usage

{{ theme:asset src="file.ext" }}

Parameters

This tag accepts the following parameters:

  • srcrequired — the name of the asset to look up

{{ theme:js }}

Grab the full web-path to a JavaScript file within the currently-selected theme’s js folder.

Sample Usage

<script src="{{ theme:js src="jquery" }}"></script>

Parameters

This tag accepts the following parameters:

  • src — the name of the script file to look up, file extension optional; uses the name of the theme by default

{{ theme:css }}

Grab the full web-path to a stylesheet within the currently-selected theme’s css folder.

Sample Usage

<link href="{{ theme:css src="print" }}">

Parameters

This tag accepts the following parameters:

  • srcrequired — the name of the stylesheet file to look up, file extension optional; uses the name of the theme by default

{{ theme:img }}

Grab the full web-path to an image within the currently-selected theme’s img folder.

Sample Usage

<img src="{{ theme:img src="logo.png" }}" alt="Logo">

Parameters

This tag accepts the following parameters:

  • srcrequired — the name of the image file to look up, file extension is required

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