flexy:start="here"

flexy:start="here" – Start the output, using this tag and its children.

Synopsis

Usage ( flexy:start="here" )

Description

Tells the generator to start outputing using this tag. This can be useful if you want to edit the template in a editor that expects a head/footer, and you can list the available tags in the comments at the top of the page.

The actual value of the tag is not relivant.

Example

Template with flexy:start

   
<HTML>
  <HEAD></HEAD>
  <BODY>
    <H1>This is an example</H1>
    <FORM name="input" flexy:start="yes">
      <INPUT name="hello" flexy:ignore="yes">
    </FORM>
  </BODY>
</HTML>

Compiled template

         
 
   <FORM NAME="input">
      <INPUT NAME="hello">
    </FORM>
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