Enjin Fields

Introduction

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Enjin blocks are composed of Enjin Fields. There are several classifications of Enjin Fields,inline fields are things like span, italics or emphasis tags. Container fields are things like paragraph and code tags.

This page simply provides a glossary of terms and links to the different classifications ofEnjin Fields.

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Inline Fields

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Inline fields are the most basic type of content representation. Essentially these are HTMLtags that should only contain plain text and/or other inline fields.

For example, we can have a whole sentence underlined with a few words also in italics .Yet these are not considered to be Enjin Container Fields.

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Container Fields

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Container fields are like inline-fields except that they're allowed to have more variabletypes of content within their HTML tags and typically aren't sources of content in-and-ofthemselves. A good example are table fields while a murky example is the paragraph field.

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Form Fields

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Form fields are not normally presented as end-user visible content. However, it's useful tosee what these things look like within the Semantic Enjin Theme.

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Page Glossary

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attributes

Space separated key/value pairs in the format of key='value' . For example, a decorated class link to thelanding page:

<a class='decorated' href='/'>home</a>
inline-content
Content that is composed only of plain text and/or inline fields.
content
Content that is composed of inline and/or container fields.
self-contained-content
A singular element of self-contained content, such as an image.
prepared-content
Content that is Go-Enjin has somehow modified, such as with the decorated code fieldwhich has what would normally be multiple lines of plain text pre-processed into anordered-list with each line of code in its own list-item.
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