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back Tokens begin and end with two hashtags/pound signs. You may type the token in the content areas of a page/article and it will dynamically display content.

##navigation##
Our token for navigation is probably our most versatile. Built in a unordered list, the ##navigation## token allows significantly improved control over how your links are displayed using CSS styling . This token is capable of displaying your links either horizontally or vertically, and also enables easy styling of the dividers between each link.

##sharelinks##
This token allows you to freely place the “Email | Print | Post” links anywhere on your pages. In the sidebar, at the bottom of your content, or not at all; the choice is yours to make.

##childarticles##
This token displays links to the child pages of the current page. Sound familiar? Though its functionality is the same as an older token, ##subarticles##, this new token displays the links in a unordered list. This allows for much more versatility and control through CSS styling.

In addition you may specify a different specific parent page by adding the article number of that page. ##childarticles,3## will display the children pages of article 3 on any page you place this token.

##siblingarticles##
Similar to ##childarticles##, this token displays links to all the articles that share the same parent as the current page. Here's an example.

Say you have a page titled “Ice Cream.” You have created three child pages underneath your Ice Cream (parent) page: Chocolate, Strawberry, and Vanilla (child pages). These three pages are all “siblings” of one another.

When used on one of these child pages (we'll use Chocolate for this example) the token will display a list of links: Chocolate, Strawberry, and Vanilla pages.

Also note: the link to your current page (Chocolate) has a special class of “siblingpages_current” so that it can be easily distinguished from the rest of the links.

##breadcrumbs##
This token will print the article titles as links from where you are back to the home page. This token allows you to place breadcrumbs anywhere on your template, rather than only at the top of the article page as before. As with all of our new tokens, this one is fully customizable with CSS formatting.
You can use tokens in your template that will be dynamically change upon display to something more complex. An example: ##time## causes the current time to be displayed in its place. Below is a list of tokens currently active.

##content## The text of the page content
##custom1## Custom template area 1
##custom2## Custom template area 2
##custom3## Custom template area 3
##custom4## Custom template area 4
##childarticles## List of child articles of the current article page.
##time## ##time##
##date## ##date##
##sunset## ##sunset##

CSS class(es) sunset-title, sunset-description

##navigation## List of the navigation links.

CSS class(es) navigation

##menu-vertical## Dynamic subpage flyout menu token.

CSS class(es)See menu config

##menu-horizontal## Dynamic subpage dropdown menu token.

CSS class(es)See menu config

##whatsnew## Listing of what's new

CSS class(es) whatsnew, whatsnew-title, whatsnew-description

##whatsnewsite## Listing of what's new from whole site, where "show in what's new" box is checked on the details tab.

CSS class(es) whatsnew, whatsnew-title, whatsnew-description

##whatsnewsiteall## Listing of most recent articles from whole site, regardless if the "show in what's new" box is checked on the details tab.

CSS class(es) whatsnew, whatsnew-title, whatsnew-description

##newswhatsnew## Listing of most recent news texts

CSS class(es) whatsnew, whatsnew-title, whatsnew-description

##whatsnewcart## Listing of most recent shopping cart items
##eventsnew## Listing of calendar's upcoming events

CSS class(es) eventsnew, eventsnew-title, eventsnew-description

##eventsnew1## Listing of calendar's upcoming events in a specific calendar category. You can define these categories in Calendar Configure.

CSS class(es) eventsnew, eventsnew-title, eventsnew-description

##calendarlist## List of upcoming calendar events.

CSS class(es) calendarlisttoken_wrapper, calendar_event

##calendar## A miniature calendar month that links to the calendar day view.

CSS class(es) calendartoken_wrapper

##devotionalcalendar## A mini-calendar with links to each day's devotional content.
##search## Website search box

CSS class(es)search_field

##signup## Link to members signup page
##login## Link to members login page
##featureimage1## The image file name of the randomly selected feature
##featureimageshow1## The html code for image file of the randomly selected feature
##featuretitle1## The title of the randomly selected feature
##featuretitletext1## The title of the randomly selected feature, without span class
##featuretext1## The text of the randomly selected feature
##featureurl1## The URL of the randomly selected feature
##rssdigest1## Build a RSS digest for a specific RSS feed
##adlinkstext1## Include a text ad for a specific zone
##adlinkspanel1## Include a panel ad for a specific zone
##ACCChurchesID## Creates a select list (called church_ORGID) for a form with an alphabetical list of the churches in a specified Conference. ID is the first 4 letters of the Conference OrgID. Example ##ACCChurchesANFF##, will list all the churches in Michigan Conference. The select list variable name is church_ANFF. You can view a list of SDA Conferences and their OrgID by clicking here.
##ACCPastorsID## Creates a select list (called pastor_ID) for a form with an alphabetical list of the pastors in a specified Conference. ID is the first 4 letters of the Conference OrgID. Example ##ACCPastorsANFF## will list all the pastors in Michigan Conference. The select list variable name is pastor_ANFF.
##ACCChurchNameID## Returns the church name for a specific 6 chars organization ID. Example ##ACCChurchNameANFFCB## will return Bangor Seventh-day Adventist Church.
##footerlinks## Footer links (sitemap line)

CSS class(es) footer

##googlemap## The token to display a Google map. It must be configured in Admin Management -> Site Configuration and Navigation.
##meta-description## The token to display the automatic website meta-description when you use a custom DOCTYPE.
##meta-keywords## The token to display the automatic website meta-keywords when you use a custom DOCTYPE.
##noticelink1##, ##noticelink2## Privacy and legal notices links, used with the Notice module

CSS class(es) footer

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