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Create an HTML document.



The node to create HTML for.

This template creates the actual HTML output for node. It outputs top-level elements and container divs, and calls various templates and modes to output the inner content. Importing stylesheets should implement at least html.title.mode and html.body.mode for any elements that could be passed as node to this template. Importing stylesheets should also implement html.header.mode to output link trails and html.footer.mode to output credits and other page information.

This template outputs the HTML body element, which takes it attributes from two sources. First, it calls html.lang.attrs, which automatically outputs correct lang, xml:lang, and dir attributes. It then calls html.body.attr.mode on node for additional attributes.

This template also calls a number of stub templates that can be overridden by extension stylesheets. Override the html.head.custom template to put custom content at the end of the HTML head element. Override the template to put custom content at the beginning of the HTML head element. Override the and html.bottom.custom templates to add site-specific content at the top and bottom of the page. Override the html.header.custom and html.footer.custom templates to provide additional content directoy above and below the main content. Use the html.sidebar.left and html.sidebar.right parameters to create stock sidebars, or override html.sidebar.custom to create your own.

This template also calls html.css and html.js to output CSS and JavaScript elements. See those templates for further extension points.