List of Replacement Tokens

Adding one or more of the below replacement tokens into content enables site or user data to be displayed to site users. An example would be to display the site description as part of the content of an HTMLHypertext Markup Language. A set of tags used to mark the structural elements of text files. HTML files include tags that create hyperlinks to other documents on the Internet. module on the "About Us" page, or adding a personalized salutation to the beginning of Newsletters.

Replacement Token

Example

Replacement Token Description

[PortalRefers to a single and unique site created using DNN. Multiple unique sites can be created and managed within each installed DNN application.:Currency] USD Displays the site currency type as set on the SiteRefers to a single and unique site created using DNN. Multiple unique sites can be created and managed within each installed DNN application. Settings page.
[PortalRefers to a single and unique site created using DNN. Multiple unique sites can be created and managed within each installed DNN application.:Description] Awesome Cycles is an online shop that sells a wide range of bikes and biking accessories. Displays the site description as set on the SiteRefers to a single and unique site created using DNN. Multiple unique sites can be created and managed within each installed DNN application. Settings page.
[PortalRefers to a single and unique site created using DNN. Multiple unique sites can be created and managed within each installed DNN application.:Email] [email protected] Displays the email address of the primary AdministratorRegistered users who are members of the Administrators role. These users have full access to manage the site including adding, deleting and editing all pages and modules. Administrators also have access to the Admin pages located on the main menu. as set on the SiteRefers to a single and unique site created using DNN. Multiple unique sites can be created and managed within each installed DNN application. Settings page.
[PortalRefers to a single and unique site created using DNN. Multiple unique sites can be created and managed within each installed DNN application.:FooterText] Copyright 2014 by Awesome Cycles Displays the copyright text entered in the Copyright field on the SiteRefers to a single and unique site created using DNN. Multiple unique sites can be created and managed within each installed DNN application. Settings page.
[PortalRefers to a single and unique site created using DNN. Multiple unique sites can be created and managed within each installed DNN application.:HomeDirectory] ../../Resources/AwesomeCycles/ Relative Path of the Portals Home Directory.
[PortalRefers to a single and unique site created using DNN. Multiple unique sites can be created and managed within each installed DNN application.:LogoFile] logo.gif SiteRefers to a single and unique site created using DNN. Multiple unique sites can be created and managed within each installed DNN application. Path to Logo file. E.g. logo.gif
[PortalRefers to a single and unique site created using DNN. Multiple unique sites can be created and managed within each installed DNN application.:PortalName] Awesome Cycles The site name as set on the SiteRefers to a single and unique site created using DNN. Multiple unique sites can be created and managed within each installed DNN application. Settings page.
[PortalRefers to a single and unique site created using DNN. Multiple unique sites can be created and managed within each installed DNN application.:TimeZoneOffset] -480 Difference in minutes between the default site time and UTC.
User TokensFormatted text which is replaced by real time information such as the site name or the date and time. For example: The token [DateTime:Now] displays the current date and time on your site. Tokens can be added to DNN skins, language files, the HTML and HTML Pro modules, etc.
[User:DisplayName] Rose Booth The display name of the user.
[User:Email] [email protected] The email address of the user.
[User:FirstName] Rose The first name of the user.
[User:LastName] Booth The last name of the user.
[User:Username] Rosie The username of the user.
Membership TokensFormatted text which is replaced by real time information such as the site name or the date and time. For example: The token [DateTime:Now] displays the current date and time on your site. Tokens can be added to DNN skins, language files, the HTML and HTML Pro modules, etc.
[Membership:Approved] Yes / No Indicates if the user is approved.
[Membership:CreatedDate] 10/4/2014 1:08 PM Displays the date and time when the user registered on the site.
[Membership:IsOnline] Yes / No Indicates if the user is currently online.
PageA page on a DNN site. (TabA page on a DNN site.) TokensFormatted text which is replaced by real time information such as the site name or the date and time. For example: The token [DateTime:Now] displays the current date and time on your site. Tokens can be added to DNN skins, language files, the HTML and HTML Pro modules, etc.
[TabA page on a DNN site.:Description] Welcome to Awesome Cycles Displays the description of the current page.
[TabA page on a DNN site.:FullUrl] http://www.awesomecycles.biz/Services/tabid/
73/Default.aspx
Displays the full URL of the current page.
[TabA page on a DNN site.:IconFile] icon.gif PageA page on a DNN site. relative path to icon file.
[TabA page on a DNN site.:KeyWords] bikes, bicycles, cycling Displays the keywords for the current page.
[TabA page on a DNN site.:TabName] Home PageA page on a DNN site. name
[TabA page on a DNN site.:TabPath] //HTMLHypertext Markup Language. A set of tags used to mark the structural elements of text files. HTML files include tags that create hyperlinks to other documents on the Internet. PageA page on a DNN site. relative path
[TabA page on a DNN site.:URL]   PageA page on a DNN site. URL
Date TokensFormatted text which is replaced by real time information such as the site name or the date and time. For example: The token [DateTime:Now] displays the current date and time on your site. Tokens can be added to DNN skins, language files, the HTML and HTML Pro modules, etc.
[DateTime:Now] 10/15/2014 5:39 PM Current date and time.
[DateTime:Now|f] Tuesday, October 26, 2014 5:39 PM Displays long date and short time.
[DateTime:Now|F] Tuesday, October 26, 2014 5:39:20 PM Displays long date and long time.
[DateTime:Now|g] 10/26/2014 5:39 PM Displays short date and short time.
[DateTime:Now|G] 10/26/2014 5:39:20 PM Displays short date and long time.
[DateTime:Now|Y] October, 2014 Displays year and month.
[DateTime:UTC] 10/15/2014 5:39 PM Coordinated Universal Time.
[DateTime:UTC|f] Tuesday, October 26, 2014 5:39 PM Coordinated Universal Time - long date and short time. Other appended options are F, g, G and Y; as for DateTime above.
[DateTime:System] 10/15/2014 5:39 PM Displays date and time as per local settings.
[DateTime:System|f] Tuesday, October 26, 2014 5:39:20 PM Displays date and time as per local settings. This example displays long date and short time. Other appended options are F, g, G and Y; as for DateTime above.
Tick TokensFormatted text which is replaced by real time information such as the site name or the date and time. For example: The token [DateTime:Now] displays the current date and time on your site. Tokens can be added to DNN skins, language files, the HTML and HTML Pro modules, etc.
[Ticks:Now] 633282985407609550 CPU tick count for current second.
[Ticks:Today] 633282624000000000 CPU tick count since midnight.
[Ticks:TicksPerDay] 864000000000 CPU ticks per day (for calculations)